Keeping detailed patient records during the Ebola outbreak can be a nightmare. Currently, healthcare workers use very basic methods, ranging from scanning files to writing on white boards to calling results across rooms to simple memorization. But the International Rescue Committee, a crisis organization, is about to change that by bringing in electronic health records to its new Ebola treatment unit opening the week of Dec. 15 in Monrovia, Liberia.
The first attempt to digitize Ebola health records
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