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Impact of e-medical records will be felt at home

Madison, Wis. - It seems like we do e-everything these days. We make phone calls over the Internet. We shop, listen to the radio, buy music, even make friends, all online. We have every piece of information about ourselves in one e-form or another. Yet our medical records - arguably the most important information we have - are still done with pen and paper, c......

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In a way, I can understand their reluctance. Change, especially the wholesale kinds of changes we're talking about, is difficult under any circumstances. After all, we're not just talking about making an electronic version of paper records. We're talking about a fundamental change in the way medical information is gathe......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lt. Governor Barbara Lawton 11/16/06


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