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Inaxi Oza replied to Chris Paton's discussion Why are doctors still using Pen and Paper?
"Chris Paton, Thanks. I believe it is the cost and the transition which takes time. It should speed up though. Everything is electronic and hospitals and doctor's offices are the most visited places. so why delay? Inaxi"
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"Hello everyone, I am an epidemiologist with experience in abstracting and analyzing data from different health systems. I was also peripherally involved in EHR implementation in an outpatient setting. My main interest is in extracting information…"
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Dr. Gil (Gunter) Pollanz replied to Chris Paton's discussion Why are doctors still using Pen and Paper?
"Before discussing if doctors are doomed.... read the newest 2014 PWD report http://www.pwc.com/us/en/health-industries/behind-the-numbers/ It predicts - in a nutshell - that from todays 5% mobile health users by 2020 >40% of all health actions…"
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Chris Paton replied to Chris Paton's discussion Why are doctors still using Pen and Paper?
"Thanks Henry, I think you make some important points. The who team will need to start using the EHR so will have to be on board. This involves a lot of training and expense and some staff might be very unhappy with having to transition!"
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Chris Paton replied to Chris Paton's discussion Why are doctors still using Pen and Paper?
"Thanks for posting the link - a very interesting survey."
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Chris Paton replied to Chris Paton's discussion Why are doctors still using Pen and Paper?
"Thanks for your comments Bob. I think these points are very true from the doctors point of view but I can see patients becoming increasingly uncomfortable with doctors continuing with paper and pen. I know that if my accountants told me they…"
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