The Importance Of Medical Communication
The importance of maintaining patient confidentiality when using EMR
Trust is the building block of patient/physician care. As technology continues to advance, physicians and everyone and everything involved with accessing patient’s protected health information (PHI) via EMR has a responsibility to prove to their patients that their respect and confidentiality as it pertains to EMR is well looked after.
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In addition, this paper has explained one reason why the EMR is an effective means of communication between consumers and providers, as well as reviewed the importance of maintaining patient confidentiality when using the EMR. This paper has concluded with how the media and social networking change communication in healthcare.
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