Electronic Oral Health Record 1 Ebtissam Al Madi

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Published on March 16, 2009

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Electronic Oral Health Records : Electronic Oral Health Records Presented by Ebtissam Al-Madi BMI-512: Final Project Introduction : Introduction Accounts receivable device -late 1960s. Practice management tool’s- 1989’s Consumers demands Electronic Oral Health Records(EOHR) : Electronic Oral Health Records(EOHR) Similarities (to EMHR) Differences (from EMHR) Reimbursement Information documentation Treatment Plan Procedure and problem links Value of EOHR : Value of EOHR Database of patient records Convenient Communication and Referrals Quality Improvement Patient Education Marketing Risk Assessment Key Components of an EOHR: : Key Components of an EOHR: Digital radiographs Digital imaging and photography Electronic charting CAD-CAM Slide 6: Fig. 1 Charting, digital radiographs, and imaging Slide 7: Fig 4. Computer Enhanced Images Limitations of Current EOHR’s : Limitations of Current EOHR’s Standards Transmission of patient's record for consultation or to a new health care provider Transmit and receive patient radiographic and photographic images Receive medical test reports from medical laboratories. Sharing critical medical and dental information between medical and dental practitioners treating the same patient. Inclusion in national taxonomies as well as in diagnostic and treatment coding systems. Inclusion in standardized care documentation systems to facilitate interdisciplinary communication, long-term care outcomes assessment, and clinical research. Return on Investment : Return on Investment Improved quality and patient care More efficient provision of detailed evidence based treatment plans cost assessment benefits to the business, Better documentation Improved audit capabilities Reduction in risk of liability More efficient use of chair-side time Increased motivation of patients to perform procedures. Finally : Finally The Electronic Oral Health Record is a valuable asset to any dental office with many advantages Thank You

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