Making the electronic medical record work for the orthopedic surgeon

Louis F McIntyre
Orthopedic Clinics of North America 2008, 39 (1): 123-31, viii
This article explores the current reasons why orthopedic surgeons might consider the adoption of an electronic medical record system in their practices today. The costs and benefits as well as the barriers to implementation are discussed.

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