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Cedars-Sinai doctors cling to pen and paper: transition to electronic medical records proves difficult.
Connolly C. Washington Post. March 21, 2005:A01.
A high-profile misstep in implementing computerized provider order entry is reviewed. In addition, other caveats and barriers to successfully launching technological solutions to minimize medical error are discussed.
Akridge J. Healthcare Purchasing News. January 2005.
An introduction to radio frequency identification (RFID) tags as a method of minimizing misidentification of surgical sites and preventing errors.