“Why Health Care Tech is Still So Bad” -NY Times

Here’s the link on this thoughtful article: “Why Health Care Tech is Still So Bad

This article highlights the problems including physicians distracted from patients due to data entry, problems with workflow, and alert fatigue. The author argues that we need to keep working on electronic health records; “the digitization of health care promises, eventually, to be transformative.”

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