EHR

EHR may refer to.:

  • Electronic health record, a health record in digital format
  • The English Historical Review, an academic journal by Oxford University Press
  • The Economic History Review an academic journal
  • European Hit Radio, a commercial radio station in Baltic states
  • Ehr, Germany, a municipality in the district of Rhein-Lahn, in Rhineland-Palatinate, in western Germany
  • VistA EHR
  • THIRRA EHR
  • Bab El Ehr

Other articles related to "ehr, ehrs":

Bazrangids - As Sasan's Wife Family
... request of his father Papg, to Tīrī who was the eunuch of Gōčehr the king of Eṣṭaḵr ... and then wrote to his father to revolt against Gōčehr ... Papg did so and killed Gōčehr and took his throne ...
Ehr, Germany
... Ehr is a municipality in the district of Rhein-Lahn, in Rhineland-Palatinate, in western Germany ...
Laika (EHR Testing Framework)
... Laika is an open source Electronic Health Record (EHR) testing framework ... reports on the interoperability capabilities of EHR systems ... This includes the testing for certification of EHR software products and networks ...
Certification Commission For Healthcare Information Technology - Operations - Present
... CCHIT focused its first efforts on ambulatory EHR products for the office-based physician and provider and began commercial certification in May 2006 ... developed a process of certification for inpatient EHR products and launched that program in 2007 ... for, and potential benefit of, certifying EHR for specialty medicine, special care settings, and special-needs populations ...
Electronic Health Record - National Contexts - United States - 2009 HITECH Act
... (a part of the 2009 stimulus package) set meaningful use of interoperable EHR adoption in the health care system as a critical national goal and incentivized EHR adoption ... The "goal is not adoption alone but 'meaningful use' of EHRs — that is, their use by providers to achieve significant improvements in care." Title IV of the act promises maximum incentive payments for Medicaid ... Doctors who do not adopt an EHR by 2015 will be penalized 1% of Medicare payments, increasing to 3% over 3 years ...