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May 27, 2014 6:17 PM

Paper persists in age of electronic patient records

Right now, most doctors and hospitals use records entered directly into their computer systems, but patients’ test results, prescription orders and doctors’ notes may all still be on paper, along with the faxes and reports that arrive constantly from other hospitals and doctors.

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