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How IT Is Changing Healthcare for Better and for Worse

January 28, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  eCommerce Times

Healthcare technology has really made incredible advances over the last several years. However, while there is an app for almost everything, much still seems to be stuck in the Fred Flintstone era.

Doctors still carry around thick folders with years of patient history. Yesterday, this was the only way to capture all of a patient’s information. However, over the last several years, we are seeing an information technology revolution change healthcare.

Doctors are spending more time with their computers during patient visits. On one hand, this is obviously very good, but now we have noticed there are new problems to be aware of.

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