Keywords:  CPR, computerized patient record
The CPR (computerized patient record) was conceived in the 1980s and developed in the early 1990s. Intended as a replacement for paper-based records, the CPR has since been displaced by the EMR (electronic medical record) and most recently by the EHR (electronic health record).
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