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The health information technology safety framework: building great structures on vast voids
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    Fundamental change in our approach to EHR design is needed
    The article by Koppel, The health information technology safety framework: building great structures on vast voids, 11/19/15, seen at http://m.qualitysafety.bmj.com/content/early/2015/11/19/bmjqs-2015-004746.full.pdf, describes an EHR environment that violates just about every principle of safe system design. It is no wonder that there continue to be significant safety issues with EHRs. "Most experts would agree that cornersto...
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