Dr. Muhammed Niaz MD Explains How Electronic Health Records Can Vastly Improve Medical Care

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Keeping up with tech advances in the medical industry, Dr. Muhammed Niaz MD has always delivered the most capable care and state-of-the-art procedures available to patients. Here, he tells how upgrading to electronic health records can improve medical facilities everywhere. 


For decades, Dr. Muhammed Niaz MD has delivered quality healthcare using breakthroughs in technology and medical procedures to meet the needs of his patients. He’s dedicated to keeping his office equipment at the cutting edge of technology and investing time and knowledge in new procedures that far exceed patient expectations.


“Improved technological capabilities such as remote patient monitoring helps doctors connect with patients quickly and optimize the time they spend with them in their offices,” says Dr. Muhammed Niaz MD. “Similarly, electronic health records can maximize the time doctors can spend with their patients and make recalling health information quicker and easier than ever.”


Working in medical facilities his entire professional career, Dr. Muhammed Niaz MD has seen first-hand the time-cost of paper health records and their intrinsic room for error. Instead of relying solely on paper forms of documentation, he believes that facilities around the world can invest in electronic health records to optimize efficiency and increase the time doctors spend with patients. In addition, Dr. Niaz thinks tech advances in the medical industry help physicians

more accurately assess and meet the diverse needs of their patients.


Before electronic documentation was available, patients were required to exchange medical information over the phone or by filling out long documents in the office. Additionally, they were required to wait for doctor office staff to review, file, or retrieve information during their visits, often repeating the same processes each time they came into the offices. However, people today have the option to securely file information online or have their paper documents transferred over to electronic files, which simplifies how physicians like Dr. Muhammed Niaz MD determine health fluctuations in their patients. In the end, this has the potential to vastly improve diagnostics and treatments. 


“Medical staff aren’t restricted to clipboards and paper documents anymore, and they can more easily recover or log the same information as ever in smart devices like tablets,” says Dr. Muhammed Niaz MD. “They can record patient data in real-time and share or store it in the blink of an eye.” 


Keeping all patient documents (such as vitals, lab reports, and health checkups) in one centralized data bank improves the entire healthcare delivery process, from end to end. A.I. algorithms can be used to find and recall information quickly without error, and certain programs can even help doctors identify patterns or precursors to dangerous conditions faster.


“I believe more people should embrace secure data storage and transfer since it offers a range of benefits for both patients and doctors and can vastly improve our overall healthcare system,” says Dr. Muhammed Niaz MD.