Study: Nurse-controlled technology can help elderly patients live longer

12/18/2008 | Portland Tribune (Ore.), The

A new study from the Oregon Health & Science University shows that using a nurse-managed computer system can help keep better track of elderly patients by monitoring chronic conditions as well as necessary tests and medications. The study also found that electronically coordinated care can help save money, along with the use of EMRs and expanded patient monitoring.

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