DW Miller, Jr., MD, JD Yeast, MD, MSPH,
This paper concludes that prenatal records are frequently missing at the point-of-care, and even when records are available or retrieved, the information contained within them is likely to be outdated.
Bernstein PS, Farinelli C, Merkatz IR. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2005;105:607–12.
This paper describes the use of a local web-based electronic prenatal record within one institution outlining the benefits of information access where prenatal records were missing up to 30% of the time.
Obstetrics & Gynecology 2005;105:1488-1489
Dr. Miller responds to the suggestion that more research is needed before electronic prenatal records are widely implemented.
Women's Health Reports: Web Alert
with Mother Nature
The eNATAL Prenatal Record:
September 12, 2002
Two Birds with One Stone:
High-Tech Solution Makes Records More Accessible, Reduces Paperwork
Prenatal Care: A Strategic First Step Toward Electronic Medical Record Acceptance
The Journal of Healthcare Information Management
Spring 2003 - Volume 17, Issue 2
Letter to the Editor regarding access to electronic prenatal records
June 2007 · Vol. 19, No. 06
Letter to the Editor regarding a gradual rather than an 'all-or-none' approach to EMR implementation
October 2007 · Vol. 19, No. 10
Video(each requires Windows Media Player)
eNATAL's Electronic Prenatal
Records on Fox4 NEWS
February 5, 2003