Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)

In CanadianEMR Alan Brookstone comments that:

“Canada is now being viewed as a leader in terms of establishing
national leadership and funding for EHR implementation. I have included
an exerpt from an April 2006 article that appeared in Healthcare
Informatics that highlights eight of these ‘lessons learned’. It is
worthwhile reading the full article.”

The discussion of the original posting covers the thought that not enough research is being done the full impact of EMRs on health care – to elicit post the positive and negative aspects of change.

Alan’s notes can be found at:

The Healthcare Infomatics article can be found at:

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