Electronics on Paper Nowadays, the technologies become more and more powerful. Many people are using technology to work, at home , and everywhere. Our technology productions become thinner, lighter and smaller. Also, they have more function, easy to use, and make people life convenient. Many engineers are developing the new technique to make the technology to become lighter, smaller and cheaper. This technique called Electronics on paper. In my opinion , I believe in this technique, because many companies are competing with each others, they will sponsor this technique to make their product to become more high tech, flexible, lighter and cheaper to attract customer to buy their product. Many researchers develop using the paper to instead glass, silicon, plastic, and other materials in electronic device. Using paper can make the device lightweight, flexible, biodegradable, and it is a renewable resource. It is also extraordinarily adaptable. The researcher can make the paper to be watertight, nearly transparent, delicate, strong, coarse and very smooth. Paper electronics can be used in many different ways, many researchers use paper electronics to be a display screen, circuit board, biological assays RF antennas , batteries, smart packaging labels, and use in other electronic devices. The display device called “e-paper on paper” . They believe that if this technique can be used very common, because it is very inexpensive and very convenient. Paper emerges in
Hospital Changing from
Paper to Electronic
BY: ALLYIAH WILLIAMS
Improve access to records
Ensure immediate usage of information
Keep better track of prescriptions
1. The hospital does not have to pay to house all the paper
2. We also saved money on transcription services and staffing.
Current status of the project
We are currently in the process of scanning all of the paper
We had to hire a third-party vendor, so that…
Electronic Medical Records have changed the way that healthcare can provide care to patients and also the way providers can communicate with other providers as well. According to healthIT.gov an EMR is a digital version of a paper chart that contains all of a patient’s medical history from one practice. It is mostly used by doctors so that they are able to treat and diagnose correctly. However, the information may not be shared with another healthcare provider outside of the practice. Papers may…
Electronic Medical Records
The medical records were acknowledged as a significant source in medical care for years. In a book named Notes on a Hospital, by Florence Nightingale established the importance of medical records in health care administration. Medical care is an uninterrupted phenomenon in which information is increasingly complied; hence the medical records must operate as a pre-birth to post-death organization that fulfills the needs of any health care background, either intensive care…
Table of contents
1. Title page
2. Table of contents
3. What is an Electronic medical system?
4. The Pro’s of an EMS
5. The Con’s of an EMS
6. Acrendo Medical Software
7. Acrendo Medical Software Photo’s
What is an Electronic medical system?
An electronic medical system is a replacement of paper medical
records. An EMR is all computer and network based. It gives
hospitals, doctor offices and clinic an easier work space…
80 to 85% of electronic products were discarded in landfills or incinerators, which can release certain toxics into the air.
2. 2. E-waste represents 2% of America's trash in landfills, but it equals 70% of overall toxic waste. The extreme amount of lead in electronics alone causes damage in the central and peripheral nervous systems, the blood and the kidneys.
3. 3. 20 to 50 million metric tons of e-waste are disposed worldwide every year.
4. 4. Cell phones and other electronic items contain…
Electronic Medical Records
This paper is being submitted on November 23, 2014 for Introduction to Health Information Management Course.
ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS
The electronic medical record (EMR) is a digital version of a patient’s medical record that contains the same information as paper records except it comes in electronic form. The EMR is much more secure than paper records. The access of EMR is limited to staff who have an authorization for treatment…
several types of medical records and how they are used. Accessing the electronic health records now in the medical field because any digital record online provides access in a virtual form, it makes it easier for the doctors to review a patients record and test results almost immediately. Electronic records also allows you to view patient’s information and notes on file from other doctors without having to relocate a paper chart. When paper charts were put away and pulled some of the documents were hard…
This paper is about the forms and design of the electronic health record. How I might change or add to the form and the guidelines of such forms. There are accreditation standards as well as state and federal laws to uphold and to be considered when creating these forms for the committee to review. All information must be timely and current as well as unique to each record.
Assignment 4: Forms and the EHR
I will cover paper as well as electronic health records in this paper. What can be…
FORMAL REQUIREMENTS IN COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
ADVICE FROM THE LAW COMMISSION
The Law Commission was set up by the Law Commissions Act 1965 for the purpose of promoting the reform of the law. The Law Commissioners are: The Honourable Mr Justice Carnwath CVO, Chairman Professor Hugh Beale Mr Stuart Bridge Professor Martin Partington Judge Alan Wilkie, QC The Secretary of the Law Commission is Mr Michael Sayers and its offices are at Conquest…
(2010) describes the electronic text matching software as a tool only suitable for detecting word for word or direct plagiarism in electronic form and the refined ones from the paper based sources are not easily detected. Moreover Carroll and Appleton (2001) argued that the turnitin is just an option for measuring plagiarism and that alone cannot be used as a basis for judging good scholarship practice. In addition Carroll and Appleton (2001) insist that the use of electronic software for detecting…