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Good...It is nice that the patient knows what ails him, what remedies are available and possible risks thereon etc. But is it necessary that he should be told the possible eventualities too? Isn't it better that certain crucial info is shared only with the patient's relatives or family. Do we have to be 'book-thorough' in everything we do?

Deborah Leyva

Thank you Margaret. If you have any particular topics you would like to see, let me know. I'm working on a series of posts on use of electronic health records. The next one, coming soon, is entitled Part 4: The "e-bilities" for electronic health records - Usability, Readability, Accessibility.


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