Docs worry new tech tools may trump patient connection

Mobile devices, applications and Web-based health information give physicians more tools but also create a divide among younger doctors who love them and older practitioners who worry they could erode the human connection that is so critical to practicing medicine. Primary care physician Paul Heineken in San Francisco is not against new technology but tells medical trainees that "their first reflex should be to look at the patient, not the computer."

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