The One Technology That Could Save $8.3 Billion in Health Care Costs
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  • bigfire

    You can pry the pager from some of the doctors’ dead cold hands. I still have co-worker who refused to go on the smartphone and on the fly e-mail because they do not want it. And I work in IT.

  • Fat_Man

    “It’s unclear why doctors are especially immune from the cultural and
    economic pressure to upgrade personal and professional information
    technology”

    HIPAA the Federal regulation governing health care information establishes impossible standars for security and privacy.

    Fear of trial lawyers. The less written material there is, the less that trial lawyers can hang their hats on.

    Solutions: Repeal Hippa and put a bounty on trial lawyers.

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