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Abigail Zuger, MD; June 2011
An adolescent girl passed out after a soccer game, and her father, a physician, took her to the pediatrician for tests. The physician father obtained a copy of his daughter’s ECG, panicked because it was not normal, and began guiding his daughter’s medical care.
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Gummadi S, Housri N, Zimmers TA, Koniaris LG. Am J Med Sci. 2014;348:238-243.
Electronic health records (EHRs) and health information technologies (IT) have been widely implemented to enhance safe care delivery, despite weaknesses linked to systems and user experience. This review explores the evidence on health IT implementation and design challenges that have hindered progress, recommends ways to address these issues, and highlights the potential benefits if EHRs are fully utilized.