A chartless record—Is it adequate?

  title={A chartless record—Is it adequate?},
  author={William W. Stead and William Edward Hammond and M. J. Straube},
  journal={Journal of Medical Systems},
The computerized medical record supported by The Medical Record (TMR) has been the only record of physician-patient encounters on the nephrology service of the Durham Veterans Administration Medical Center since April 1981. Physicians using the system evaluated the adequacy of the computerized record as a replacement for the paper chart. The computerized record was able to capture and display all pertinent data. Manual or computerized narratives provided a useful supplement to the core… CONTINUE READING

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