Health care providers need accurate information at their fingertips to give the best quality of care. And, that's why electronic health records, or EHRs, are so important. An EHR is a secure and comprehensive electronic record of a person's critical health history that can be accessed and shared by authorized health care providers when, and where, it is needed.
Angela Espejo suffers from major depressive disorder and anxiety. She has seen multiple doctors to help diagnose and treat her condition. "It was comforting to know they were collaborating through electronic health records" says Angela.