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Electronic health records in rheumatology: emphasis on automated scoring and additional use.

@article{Richter2016ElectronicHR,
  title={Electronic health records in rheumatology: emphasis on automated scoring and additional use.},
  author={J. Richter and G. Chehab and M. Schneider},
  journal={Clinical and experimental rheumatology},
  year={2016},
  volume={34 5 Suppl 101},
  pages={
          S62-S68
        }
}
Electronic health records are increasingly used and frequently required from various regulatory authorities. Apart from their day-to-day use by health care professionals for routine clinical practice and/or the improvement of quality of care processes, patients with chronic inflammatory disease may become increasingly involved in the data retrieval process by self-monitoring and providing patient-reported (outcome) data. Among key features of electronic health records are automated scoring… Expand
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