Source Oriented Medical Record?

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A problem oriented medical record refers to a method of recording data regarding the health status of a patient in a manner that solves the problem. It is usually easy to access data when in this system.
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Illegible notes constitutes one of the major contributors to poor medical records. Too much paper is another problem. Electronic medical record keeping should improve both problems.
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It may be intuitive that information retrieval is easier in electronic form than paper, yet until Paul Tang's work in 1994,[2] there was no evidence that a problem even existed with
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an approach to patient care record keeping that focuses on the patient's specific health problems requiring immediate attention, and the structuring of a cooperative health care plan
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