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Cerner Ambulatory Software
HSM 330, Professor Jenkins
DeVry University
October 16, 2015

* Title Page………………………………………………………………………………….1 * Content page………………………………………………………………………………2 * Introduction of Cerner Ambulatory * What is Ambulatory EHR…………………………..…………………………......3 * What is Health Information Exchange………………………………….................3 * Who is Cerner Ambulatory…………………………………………..............3, 4, 5 * What are the uses for Cerner Ambulatory………………………………………………5,6 * Advantages of using Cerner Ambulatory…………………………………………6 * Disadvantages of using Cerner Ambulatory………………………………………6 * Is the software easy to use by the common worker in a health facility…………6,7 * What is the legality, governance, and privacy of Cerner………………………………….7 * Legal Concerns with liability and other legal issues……………………………...7 * Benefits of using Cerner compared to other software available to health facilities….....7,8 * Inpatient EMR……………………………………………………………..............9 * Patient Management and Accounting……………………………………………..9 * Graphs of data………………………………………………………………..10, 11 * Accomplishing the implementation of Cerner from previous software or paper……….12 * Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………….12 * Footnotes……………………………………………………………...………………….13 * References…………………………………………………………………………….13,14

Introduction
Ambulatory EHR is an electronic health record system that works well in a physicians practice rather than a hospital. It works well in this type of facility because there are longitudinal records and internal. This means the practice deals with a lot of different pharmacies and other facilities. In comparison a hospital would not use ambulatory because they have inpatient EHR where everything is centrally located in one facility. A physicians practice will generally not have…...

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