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EHR Data Viewing Tops List of Most Common Healthcare App Uses

February 22, 2017 - Findings from a SMART Health IT study of healthcare application trends and provider attitudes show increased app use among providers although the use cases are basic with the most common being the ability to view patient data contained in EHR technology. “Use of apps in healthcare is still early,” the SMART Health IT report states. “Around half of healthcare organizations...


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EHR Data Viewing Tops List of Most Common Healthcare App Uses

by Kate Monica

Findings from a SMART Health IT study of healthcare application trends and provider attitudes show increased app use among providers although the use cases are basic with the most common being the ability to view patient data contained in EHR...

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