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11 June, 2013 Published by trident50 in ehr
How hard is it to digitize our health records? James Williams answers that question with a trip to an Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Doctor is a very intelligent individual regarding this transition
Sorry I meant an unprecedented type of coronal mass ejection. The way I worded it I can see how you misinterpreted that as me thinking a solar flare has never hit the earth before.
solar flares hit earth all the time, the atmosphere absorbs all of them . none of them caused destruction or vaporised civilizations.
Go learn something about it before you spew your lies about it.
Then a solar flare hits us and people are running into the doctor’s office with burn wounds but they can’t access the records!
Digital records are superior to paper files…although I agree converting all the preexisting files is not economical…
Don’t trust it.
Obama ” YOU LIE! “
one question why on the lords name want to put it on the computer? if they o ready have it on paper?enviromental friendly my eggs,and better have that secretary walk back and for to get those records .,it save u insurance costs for them( carpal ,kidney problems, blood pressure,artritis,lumbar problems,gota etc etc) u get those just sitting in front of the p.c ., im a doctor and i rather have it on paper and see my pretty secretary walk back an for ,she brings life to the clinic ..
doctors in the uk had this years ago…
naa papper will never dissapear
Oh I hate charting…it’s the most tedious evil thing one has to do. But while EHRs are cool and the new thing everyone is converting to, paper never fails or shuts down unexpectedly nor is it able to be hacked. I love paper charting!
1:52 – 2:02 says it all. Good thing they are doing this.