Hospitals use tablets with EMRs to improve quality, efficiency

02/11/2014 | MedPage Today (free registration)

Hospitals are giving clinicians tablets to carry with them as a way to boost access to and increase the efficacy of electronic medical records. The Cleveland Clinic's associate chief medical officer Dr. Will Morris said that while quality improvement data on the use of tablets and EMRs are not yet ready, the hospital has seen an improvement in the amount of time it takes nurses to enter patient vital signs.

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