Researchers say EHRs can guide ICU admissions, resources

02/1/2013 | EHR Intelligence

Electronic health records can be used to help evaluate patients for ICU admission, predict risk of death and better allocate critical care resources, according to University of Michigan researchers writing in the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Lena Chen said targeted incentives for meaningful use of HIT are needed to get more hospitals to use EHRs to make informed decisions about ICU admission.

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