The journal o Maria et al. (2011) speaks about the designing of the electronic medical record (EMR) that is supposed to provide better help and opportunities for the doctors to work on the Neonatal intensive care unit. It consists of the all-new technological tools used and the paperless system that helps in the effective coordination of the system along with the medical reports and the patient details (Erickson, 2011). The Current report deals with The Study of Maternal Fetal and Neonatal medicine and is a critique’s comment on the same journal and consists of the question it addresses, the analyzing of the results and the tool applied.
The Study of Maternal Fetal and Neonatal medicine – a critique report.
How well did the established system of “computerized management of Critical areas” work with the neonatologists?
Evaluating the question
The question can be evaluated following the evidence-based practice method as it allows the analyses depending on the availability of the data and the theories, the process of systematic review is used to frame the answer (Venes, 2007).
Merenstein and Gardner (2011) opine that the neonatal intensive care unit has been highly benefitted due to the use of the computerized management of the critical areas. The system of pen and paper and documentation resulted in enough amounts of problems and delay in case of patients who were in a critical situation. The establishment of the unambiguous system that can be handled by people operating at all the levels of the organization has increased the smooth flow of service amongst the people working in the medical forte.