It makes sense to give clinicians the most complete possible access to patient data, test results, past visits, diagnoses, history and more. However, even the most up-to-date electronic medical record (EMR) system have holes that clinicians struggle to fill. That extra time spent searching for patient information is time clinicians aren’t using to make diagnoses or treat other patients. In this article Jamie Clifton explores the importance of aggregating patient and the role, independent clinical archives can play. 

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