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It's so important and interesting post. I think It is informative subject.I think especially interesting...


As a customer I am looking forward to EMR. As I understand it I will no longer have to worry about retrieving my records from one doc when I go to the next one.

There is always some pain in change, believe me I know. But as the younger docs (no offense to Dr Graaf) begin to practice the EMR will become an accepted way of doing things.
Dr. Graaf's idea of taking notes rather than working on the computer is a great idea, he might consider taking it one step further by recording his appointments.

Brian Jackson

See also a great article on the ethics of the regular ePocrates app (as opposed to their EMR): http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/29/business/the-epocrates-app-provides-drug-information-and-drug-ads.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=epocrates&st=cse

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