An electronic medical record (EMR) provides a legible, organized method of recording and retrieving a patient’s medical information. Though natural prose is an easy way for care providers to express their observations and thoughts, it does not lend itself to being easily transferable. It can be unstructured and susceptible to misinterpretation and can be a difficult form for extracting the key pieces of information that may be needed. A better way to manage information is within a structured format. Using forms and their respective reporting/analytical applications is the foundation of an EMR. Search the Internet for information on what an EMR looks like, as can be found at Electronic Medical Record Screenshots link: www.unicharts.com/emr-software-screenshots/emr_screenshots.html -Do an Internet search for patient encounter forms, such as can be found at the AAFP – American Academy of Family Physicians link: www.aafp.org/fpm/toolBox/viewToolType.htm?toolTypeId=12 -HCFA 1500 Claim Form link: www.mayo.edu/pmts/mc2300-mc2399/mc2323-12.pdf -1. Write 1 introduction paragraph (4 sentences) about EMR only. 2. Design a simple EMR by creating 1 form to enter patient data within a spreadsheet. Enter data in EMR spreadsheet that associated with 1 fictitious patient. Create 1 report view of patient data for 1 fictitious patient, and copy the spreadsheets into the Word document. Do not take screenshots. 3. In 1 paragraph (4 sentences or more), identify and explain the other types of forms that would be useful to further build out the simple EMR you constructed. 4. In 1 paragraph (4 sentences or more), identify and explain the requirements for unique and secure login functions for a Web-based EMR. 5. Write 1 concluding paragraph (4 sentences) about EMR only. Note: Answer in your own words or paraphrase your work. You can research on the Internet or books/journals & you can add additional references.