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Joseph B. Martin

Digital doctoring

By Joseph B. Martin
March 29, 2007

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BY NOW, the stories are legion. Physicians at a California hospital rebel against a new computer system for ordering prescriptions and laboratory tests, forcing it to be shut down. In the Southeast, doctors at an acute care facility bypass the new computer system by seeking assignments on wards that have not been computerized. And in a suburban Boston hospital, the ... (Full article: 776 words)

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