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"… of tracking the safety of health information technology.Justin Starren, a physician who oversees technology at the Marshfield Clinic in Wisconsin, lays out th …"

"… le delays and omissions,” stated the report.Most of the reports filed by physicians alleged malfunctions or poor designs of Cerner's CPOE equipment. One …"

"… that CPOE can significantly reduce medication errors that stem from sloppy physician handwriting on prescriptions. Yet others have found that CPOE can also cre …"

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"… ch, of the National Rural Health Association in Kansas City.David Kibbe, a physician and consultant for the American Academy of Family physicians, also said sm …"

"… ’re concerned that we’re not giving enough flexibility.”Stan Huff, a physician and technology expert at Intermountain Healthcare in Salt Lake City who se …"

"… largest nonprofit health provider in the nation, employs more than 10,000 physicians and operates dozens of hospitals; each doctor and hospital could qualify …"

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"… dollars in stimulus funding to accomplish that goal. David Classen, a physician affiliated with the University of Utah, said that several studies suggeste …"

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"… t exclusively in the custody of medical providers.Many health analysts and physicians say the new regulations are open to interpretation, even the term “heal …"

"… abnormal flags and link to educational materials,” said John Halamka, a physician who oversees the system. The educational materials are included “so that …"

"… nagement Association, which represents group practices with nearly 275,000 physicians, said he hopes government officials, who are accepting public comments on …"

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"… to suddenly cause your operating cost to drop,” said C. Martin Harris, a physician who has overseen the digital transition at the hospital.   More …"

"… medical records and to deliver on the potential,” said Howard Forman, a physician who teaches economics and health care policy at Yale University. “I don' …"

"… and Clinic has used its system to create regular report cards that compare physicians to their peers on measures including how well they treat or prevent disea …"

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"… eed up detection of infectious disease outbreaks. David Blumenthal, a physician and the federal government’s top health information technology official, …"

"… us record of success.” Blumenthal wrote: “The overwhelming majority of physicians who use EHRs are satisfied and believe the new technology makes them bett …"

"… tion. The record indicates that the report came in January from an unnamed physician. Cerner said the FDA has taken no action as a result. The other repor …"

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"… s stuff is a miracle,” added Scot M. Silverstein of Drexel University, a physician and expert on health information technology. “Drug companies can’t say …"

"… Service fees and staff training add to the price tag.Steven E. Waldren, a physician and health tech expert with the American Academy of Family physicians, sai …"

"… a lot of complexity that doesn't need to be there.”David Kibbe, also a physician and an advisor to the family physicians’ group, said some smaller compan …"

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"… ll, a professor of psychology at Yale University, and Thomas R. Frieden, a physician who was then New York City health commissioner and now heads the U.S. Cent …"

"… sts against the sugar tax as unfair to lower-income families.Elena Rios, a physician who is president of the National Hispanic Medical Association, said she si …"

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"… ll, a professor of psychology at Yale University, and Thomas R. Frieden, a physician who was then New York City health commissioner and now heads the U.S. Cent …"

"… sts against the sugar tax as unfair to lower-income families.Elena Rios, a physician who is president of the National Hispanic Medical Association, said she si …"

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"… h people see speed bumps that could slow down traffic. Roni Zeiger, a physician who is product manager for Google Health, wrote in a blog post in June tha …"

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"… of Menikoff's appointment corrected Oct. 29, 2009.]Menikoff, who is also a physician, has argued publicly that patients are often not fully informed or protect …"

"… r concluded that the use of blood expanders by anesthesiologists and other physicians was being guided by “dogma and personal beliefs” rather than sound sc …"

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"… lients with the confidentiality that they expect from me,” he said. The physician who stars in the League’s ad, Mark J. Cuffe, also works in Tallahassee. …"

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"… oving furtively around Baghdad, dogged by overtures from an Iraqi-American physician rumored to be working with the CIA, offering, through relatives, to help A …"

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"… an organophosphates and that fatal incidents are rare, some scientists and physicians have begun to question their safety — especially for people with asthma …"

"… s that anyone considering using pyrethrin or pyrethroid products consult a physician in advance.“These are definitely not benign agents,” said Delaware Cou …"

"… Patients with a history of asthma or ragweed allergy should consult their physician prior to use.” The idea was rejected, he said.Blondell, who retired in 2 …"

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"… na's employer, paid Fletcher $162,500 to settle the lawsuit before trial. …"

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