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EHRs Rush in Where Doctors Fear to Tread
Health Leaders Media

Resistance to new technology may be futile, but it remains an issue for healthcare.

“Physicians do have to spend more time at computers now, which diminishes the amount of time we can spend at the bedside and interacting with patients and actually doing those things like surgical procedures and interventions that only we have the skill and the knowledge and the training to do,” says Steven J. Stack, MD, chairman of the board of the American Medical Association.