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A computerized patient record (CPR) is electronically-maintained information about an individual's lifetime health status and healthcare. It is a compilation of non-redundant health data about a person across a lifetime, including facts, observations, interpretations, plans, actions and outcomes. The CPR is supported by a system that captures, stores, processes, communicates, secures and presents information from multiple disparate locations as required.

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