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CPR (Computer-based Patient Record)

A computer-based patient record (CPR) is an electronically maintained file containing information about an individual's health information and lifetime care. The term, first used by the Institute of Medicine, is now used interchangeably with electronic health record, electronic medical record, etc.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About CPR (Computer-based Patient Record)

All large medical facilities and networks, along with most small offices, have migrated from paper patient files to CPR. Any SMBs that still use paper records should consider transitioning to a CPR system to improve processes and overall efficiency.

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