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Writing in CanadianEMR, Alan Brookstone reports on a conference in Montebello, Quebec sponsored by Canada Health
Infoway and the Health Council of Canada and points to an interesting  document arising from the session  that reveals a number of insights relating to EHR implementation.

Dr. Brookstones piece can be found at:
canadianemr/2006/07/beyond_good_int.html

The document “Beyond Good Intentions: Accelerating the Electronic Health Record in Canada” can be found at:
healthcouncilcanada.ca/docs/papers/2006/infoway.pdf

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