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Neil A. Holtzman, MD, MPH; December 2004
A pregnant woman is offered genetic testing for herself and her husband. Although he declines, the next time he undergoes routine testing, the phlebotomist overrides the consent in the computerized record and runs the test anyway.
Journal Article > Study
Wong B, Kuper A, Robinson N, et al. Med Educ. 2012;46:795-806.
The effect of electronic medical records and computerized provider order entry (CPOE) on medical education is unclear. This qualitative study identified five areas in which CPOE could positively or negatively affect the educational process.