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National Health Center Week 2022



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Celebrating unbreakable community bonds Chemists will tell you that covalent bonds — which share pairs of electrons between atoms — are the strongest bonds known to science. But as we mark National Health Center Week with the theme “The Chemistry for Strong Communities,” it’s clear that the bonds that unite the nation’s community health centers are perhaps the strongest known to social scientists.
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Closing the Gap Between Patients and Their Records



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From Tiffin to Coldwater, from Pauling to Upper Sandusky, orthopedic patients in Northwest Ohio are never far from one of the offices of the Orthopaedic Institute of Ohio (OIO). But the more important point is this: No matter which office provides care, the distance between the patient and that patient’s records is essentially zero.
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National Health Center Week 2021



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It has been more than 150 years since chemists in England, Germany, and Russia began constructing the first periodic table of the elements, arranging the fundamental constituents of the universe in order of their atomic weight and relations to one another. Even today, scientists debate the placement of certain elements and continue efforts to catch a glimpse, however brief, of “new” elements.
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When PRISMA Can Lead to Better Healthcare



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There’s no doubt that PRISMA, the eClinicalWorks health information search engine, is a powerful tool for obtaining a complete, searchable view of patient health histories. Still, many practices may be wondering how it fits into their workflows to change how they practice medicine.
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Using PRISMA to Create Better Patients Records



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Zeid Medical Group runs women’s health and pediatric clinics in Tyler and Longview, Texas, that serve about 1,000 patients each month. Like any busy medical practice today, they see a mix of established and new patients who come from all walks of life and have medical histories that range from simple to complex.
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From ‘Try to Remember’ to Better Interoperability With PRISMA



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In less than a generation, there has been a dramatic transformation in interoperability, the sharing of clinical patient data among providers and facilities. For many years, the standard for interoperability could best be described as “Try to remember.” Physicians relied upon in-house records, questionnaires, and information gathered during patient visits.
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