Impact Of The Implementation Of Electronic Health Records On The Health System, Lima 2023

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  • Mg. Valderrama López Maritza Ana
  • Dr. Zárate Ruiz Gustavo

Abstract

These years of pandemic have ratified our health fragility, as well as the relevance of having our system of electronic medical records implemented throughout the country, which is carried out in order to establish standards to fortify and carry out the record systems. of the users of all health establishments in order to provide quality care. The objective is to determine the impact of the implementation of electronic medical records in the Health System through the qualitative descriptive systematic review of the research studies, using the search results through the Prisma Flow Diagram. The investigations of the indexed journals in different digital platforms of Scielo, Scopus, International Journals, IDB, management of accessible Spanish systems were compared, having a better organization of the references that will cooperate with the advancement of the content studied. The results show that the implementation of electronic medical records is in the process of being installed nationwide, which implies technological challenges, training of multidisciplinary personnel, adoption by health care providers, which often makes the continuous rotation of patients difficult. personnel with little involvement of them and that the State is not carrying out continuous monitoring through a periodic evaluation of the implementation of electronic medical records in the Peruvian health system, since interoperability is hindered and delayed by the lack of merger of health institutions in Peru, and insufficient budgets which is exacerbated by the present current political crisis.

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2024-03-14

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Ana, M. V. L. M., & Gustavo, D. Z. R. . (2024). Impact Of The Implementation Of Electronic Health Records On The Health System, Lima 2023. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 939–950. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9477

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