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Title Special Requirements for Electronic Medical Record Systems in Pediatrics
Author(s) Task Force on Medical Informatics
Source Pediatrics, Vol. 108, No. 2, Pages 513-515
Publication Date August, 2001
Abstract Electronic medical record (EMR) systems, which are usually designed for adult care, must perform certain functions to be useful in pediatric care. This statement outlines these functions (eg, immunization tracking and pediatric dosing calculations) to assist vendors and standards organizations with software design for pediatric systems. The description of these functions should also provide pediatricians with a set of requirements or desirable features to use when evaluating EMR systems. Particular attention is paid to special aspects of pediatric clinical care and privacy issues unique to pediatrics. Full text at: http://www.pediatrics.org/cgi/reprint/108/2/513


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