Modern medical care involves a lot of record keeping. How it’s organized and shared has grown more complicated.
Paper charts were once the norm for keeping track of patients. But in 2019, health providers keep electronic health records, or EHRs. “As more practices got the EHRs going," said Lisa Bergeron, "they needed more help learning how to use it, how to pull out the data, how to understand the data, and then start using it in more integrating ways."