EMR are important to physicians and hospitals – what happens if they can’t be accessed?
The medical history for patients is saved in electronic medical records, which can include many items vital to a patient’s care. Being able to access this information streamlines the health care provider’s workflow. When a clinic or hospital faces a crash of their electronic medical records system the results can be catastrophic. This white paper reviews the risk of liability exposure if the clinic’s access to patient records isn’t available the physicians proceed with treatment without having access to all of the relevant data.
C. Timothy “Tim” Gary practices in Health Care and Government Relations. He serves as The Chief Executive Officer of Crux Strategies, as well as a member of the Firm’s Health Care practice after years of leadership in the practice of health care and regulatory law, as well as private health care and insurance industries.
Mr. Gary has served as Vice President and General Counsel of one of the largest managed Medicaid entities in the United States, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of a national health and wellness company providing population health management services to mid to large-size employers and health insurance companies throughout the United States, and the Chair of the Health Care Practice of a large regional law firm.
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