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Study: Few Physicians Use IT at Work

By M.L. Baker  |  Posted 10-04-2006 Print
A new study concludes that most physicians do not use even the most accessible IT tools at work, such as e-mail.

The low adoption of electronic medical records and e-prescribing is well known. Now, a new study has worse news: most physicians do not use inexpensive, widely accessible IT tools in their practice.


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