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A global travelers’ electronic health record template standard for personal health records

14 April, 2012 (12:18) | Apps, Datasets, EPR, hand held records, Interoperability, mHealth, mobile apps, open source | By: Helga Perry

Very interesting open-access article published in Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.  Here’s the abstract: Abstract Tourism as well as international business travel creates health risks for individuals and populations both in host societies and home countries. One strategy to reduce health-related risks to travelers is to provide travelers and relevant caregivers timely, ongoing […]

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Why EMR is a dirty word to most physicians

19 February, 2012 (10:32) | Computers are Magic, EPR, hand held records, Interoperability, Paper Records, workload | By: Helga Perry

Take a look at – and contribute to – this excellent discussion on KevinMD, started by Adam Sharp’s article: Why EMR is a dirty word to most physicians.

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SWHMR version 6

29 November, 2011 (20:13) | Government policy, hand held records, Maternents, National Programmes, Paper Records, Patient-Centered Care, perinatal data, Scottish Woman Held Maternity Record | By: Helga Perry

The latest (version 6) release of the Scottish Woman Held Maternity Record (SWHMR) was made available on November 23rd. Read about it and download all the related documents here. The Scottish Government expects that the Combined Pregnancy and Postnatal Record Version 6 should be implemented for new bookers by Monday 2nd April 2012, with other […]

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Data re-entry overload: time for a paradigm shift in maternity IT?

3 October, 2011 (16:04) | Data quality, EPR, hand held records, Initiatives, Interoperability, maternity care, Paper Records, Patient-Centered Care, perinatal data, workload | By: Helga Perry

Our latest Review Article, published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. Click to read the abstract. Data re-entry overload: time for a paradigm shift in maternity IT?.    

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Solent Supplies Team sets up digital pen framework | Guardian Government Computing | Guardian Professional

31 August, 2011 (12:57) | hand held records, Initiatives, Midwifery, Paper Records | By: Helga Perry

An NHS procurement organisation has tendered for the first framework contract for the suppy of digital pen technology, making it available to the wider public sector. Solent Supplies Team (SST), which provides a procurement service for a group of NHS trusts on the south coast, has said it wants [to] provide a “total digital pen […]

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With paperwork « A Midwife’s Muse

25 June, 2011 (15:31) | Casenotes, EPR, hand held records, Maternents, maternity care, Midwifery, Paper Records, Patient-Centered Care, workload | By: Helga Perry

With paperwork « A Midwife’s Muse. The author of the above blog post voices the concerns of so many midwives that they are spending far too much time on “below the line” paperwork and data entry to the detriment of the personal care they are trying to provide for pregnant women. I dread busy clinics, something […]

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Twelve Points for cost-effective, clinician-friendly Maternity IT

18 June, 2011 (21:32) | Data quality, EPR, hand held records, Interoperability, maternity care, Midwifery, Paper Records, Patient-Centered Care, perinatal data, Standardisation, workload | By: rupertfawdry

Twelve Point Summary Why an open-source internet initiative will eventually be recognised as essential for cost-effective further progress in Maternity IT and other shared hospital / community health care systems. Reliable computer access cannot be guaranteed in shared Hospital / Community Health Care. Despite various experimental schemes, Electronic Patient Records alone have not yet proved […]

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Hand Held Maternity Records

28 February, 2011 (14:32) | hand held records, Initiatives, National Programmes, Paper Records, Perinatal Institute, Scottish Woman Held Maternity Record | By: Helga Perry

A few prompts for discussion of Hand Held Maternity Records, in connection with EEPD volume 11 section A. How does the All Wales Maternity Record Cofnod Mamolaeth Cymru Gyfan compare with other hand-held records, e.g. the Perinatal Institute notes or the Scottish Woman-Held Maternity Record (the first national unified record in any of the UK countries)?

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