Salem Medical Center Installs New Electronic Health Record SystemThe Salem Medical Center has recently installed new equipment to help improve and patient cost. The center has a new state of the art Electronic Health Records system, and went online on September 25th. Benefits of the new system include quick access to patient information, improved continuity of care, and a more efficient office lending to improved care for patients.
Center Manager Beth Rose said in a statement that the new EHR system can give physicians the latest clinical information to make the best treatment decisions. The system is designed to provide benefits to the patient and improve the overall efficiency at the center.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment, contact the Salem Medical Center at 618-548-4545.
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