electronic record

electronic record

Any combination of text, graphics, data, audio, pictorial or other information representation in digital form that is created, modified, maintained, archived, retrieved or distributed by a computer system.
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* A contract may not be denied legal effect or enforceability solely because an electronic record was used in its formation;
The audit trail is an integral requirement of an electronic record, ensuring the validity and integrity of the record and the link between any electronic signature and the record associated with it.
The e-ticket is simply an electronic record of the traveler's airline reservation, just as the paper ticket was.
An "electronic record" is "information evidencing any act, transaction, occurrence, event or other activity, produced or stored by electronic means and capable of being accurately reproduced in forms perceptible by human sensory capabilities."
Chapter one offers an extensive definition of "electronic record" that Saffady uses throughout the book.
According to Section 65B, the party placing an electronic record as evidence has to prove its authenticity before the court.
As long as a credit union maintains an electronic record, a signed form is not needed to document a stop payment order, according to a recent opinion by NCUA Associate General Counsel Sheila Albin.
In the electronic record used, multiple pathology reports were displayed on one screen.
Rather than presenting critical data in a way that links related information, the electronic record in this case had re-created a problem seen with traditional paper files where information is stored by data type, Dr.
Rather than presenting critical data in a way that links related information, the electronic record in this case had recreated a problem seen with traditional paper files where information is stored by data type, Dr.
One of the biggest challenges is crafting a system that will provide an electronic record without becoming so expensive or unwieldy that it can't function in the real world.
Our physicians had become quite dependent on the electronic record for all but order writing and daily progress note functions when we began the next step of moving toward a truly total EMR in 2000.

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