Presenter Information

Maria Rosario Morel

Date

8-23-2021

Faculty Sponsor

Julie Batten

Abstract / Description

Cloud-based Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems are used to store patient health files in an external (cloud) server rather than an internal server located at a medical facility or practice. Bridgewell uses an EHR system called eHana that helps faculty/staff/providers better manage care for clients and provide quality care by providing accurate, up-to-date, complete information about patients with diagnosis and treatment. A manual was elaborated to classify client’s file types to create an easier way to find clients documents, provide accurate documentation, and manage quality of care. A survey was created to gage the efficacy of using eHana at Bridgewell.

Academic Department

Healthcare Studies

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eHana Database: Classifying Client File Types Manual (Digital/Hardcopy): To Ensure Proper Client File Documentation and the Effectiveness of File Types

Cloud-based Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems are used to store patient health files in an external (cloud) server rather than an internal server located at a medical facility or practice. Bridgewell uses an EHR system called eHana that helps faculty/staff/providers better manage care for clients and provide quality care by providing accurate, up-to-date, complete information about patients with diagnosis and treatment. A manual was elaborated to classify client’s file types to create an easier way to find clients documents, provide accurate documentation, and manage quality of care. A survey was created to gage the efficacy of using eHana at Bridgewell.

 

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