A brief post.
I found these two recent links worthy of perusal:
The Life of a Clicker - by a Family Physician - describes how EHRs have turned physicians into "clickers", at their own expense, and double-binds them - damned if they do, damned if they don't.
Electronic notes as "yard sales" - one has to wade through a huge pile of garbage to find a single useful item A comment to a post on Bob Wachter's blog.
“[I]n New Jersey, which has one of the most talented applicant pools in the United States, over 70% of the top students coming out of high school go out of state to college. Of the 30% who remain, Princeton and the College of New Jersey take a disproportionately high percentage.” - William Dowling, author of the wonderful Confessions of a Spoilsport: My Life and Hard Times Fighting Sports Corruption at an Old Eastern University, has t...
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