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Michael Rosencrance deals with medical overload through human-centric IT

With all of the new medical discoveries and treatments that can complicate patient records, how can individual doctors master enough information to give the best care?

Its very d......

Full article >>> ology. For example, software-enforced rules can cut down on many documented medical errors, he said. If doctors and staff use the software to scan and apply labels to medicine, for example, every step of the distribution process is double checked through the patient's digital file.

Beyond organization and coordination among staff and patients, Rosencrance explains to practitioners that di......

Full article >>> them on a stage outside of their routine and comfort zone," Rosencrance said.

For this reason, he gradually introduces the technology that he says affects every aspect of the routine of the Medical Foundation's nearly 980 faculty physicians.

"We change small pieces of their routine at a time," he said, "building gradually until we build the confidence of the physicians."

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Source:wistechnology.com By Emily Laughnan 04/11/05


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