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Doctors in the digital age

April 1, 2007

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I READ Dr. Joseph Martin's March 29 op-ed, " Digital doctoring ," with great interest, but was disappointed with his assertions and conclusion. I submit that physicians have resisted and rebelled against this new era. However, the reasons he has outlined are oversimplified and do not account for all of the resistance. The fact is that medical information software is ... (Full article: 602 words)

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