E-records systems prod doctors on some decisions

10/17/2007 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

New e-records systems are prompting physicians to account for new research when diagnosing patients, warning of possible drug interactions and providing checklists to ensure physicians do not miss anything important during appointments. Physicians say these systems are a major help, but some fear the technology could remove the personal touch from medical care.

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