Medical professionals' use of EHRs helps them better manage public health and fight illnesses that can be prevented by vaccines, according to a study conducted by a team of researchers from Columbia University School of Nursing. "EHRs greatly enhance our ability to help at-risk populations for whom up-to-date immunizations are critical, such as children, immunosuppressed individuals, or the chronically ill," nursing professor and lead investigator Jacqueline Merrill said.
Study: EHRs help providers manage public health
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