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Module 2

Medical Trans Editing Industry Timeline

1960s The idea of electronic records seems viable with newest technology. The first electronic format in the U.S. is developed.
1970s Some clinics use electronic medical records internally, sometimes inconsistently and only within specific departments (e.g., Radiology’s records are all computerized but not accessible by other departments).
1970s cont. Some larger hospitals adopt an electronic system. The biggest innovation in EHR progression is the integration of medical and procedural information into the systems, allowing physicians instant access to best practices.
1980s Many new proprietary platforms are developed and the first inpatient/outpatient systems are used. Departmental records are integrated and can be accessed throughout a facility.
1990s Computer network capabilities and large medical facility networks make integrating between/among multiple institutions possible and beneficial.
2000s The Federal government enters the scene. As part of the 2009 economic stimulus plan, the government offers monetary incentives to those facilities that adopt the EHR.
Created by: beccawa