What the Medical Records Revolution Means to Your Special Child: An Electronic Medical Records Primer for Parents and Physicians
Dorsett, Tom, The Exceptional Parent
AS EVERY EXCEPTIONAL PARENT KNOWS, the needs of a special child are, simply put, special. For every area of life, an extra amount of thought and care must be taken--whether it is education, traveling considerations, and, especially, healthcare. However, it is in the area of healthcare that parents say they face the most challenge. For years, doctors and parents have struggled to overcome the limits of healthcare technology, geography, and time. But, things are quickly changing and in a way that will dramatically improve the lives of children with special needs and their parents as well as improve the quality of healthcare their attending physicians are able to provide.
The medical community has long been looking at the Internet as a way to simplify and accelerate the way they work, communicate, and learn. With the rise of online social …
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Publication information: Article title: What the Medical Records Revolution Means to Your Special Child: An Electronic Medical Records Primer for Parents and Physicians. Contributors: Dorsett, Tom - Author. Magazine title: The Exceptional Parent. Volume: 38. Issue: 2 Publication date: February 2008. Page number: 30+. © 1999 EP Global Communications, Inc. COPYRIGHT 2008 Gale Group.
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