This is the digest version of my talk with Christopher Longhurst, a Stanford general pediatrician. If you like this, I urge you to watch the long version where we go deep into the IT side of medical care.
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[…] Hospital IT Challenges I was recently elected to chair my hospital’s EMR committee. There are several challenges the IT department faces, not the least of which is getting physicians on board with changes that have to be made. The Scobleizer interviews Dr. Christopher Longhurst where he presents a nice summary of the issues involved. The short version (just over 4 minutes) of the interview is here. Technorati tags: hospital, EMR, healthcare […]