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  • ISBN: 9780071849463
  • ISBN: 0071849467 (MHID)
  • ISBN: 9780071849470 (e-ISBN)
  • ISBN: 007184975 (eMHID)
  • Physical Description: print
    xv, 330 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Education, [2015]

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Subject: Medical informatics
Clinical competence
Clinical medicine
Physician and patient
Medical Informatics
Clinical Medicine
Physician-Patient Relations
Clinical Competence

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The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype, and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine's Computer Age
The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype, and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine's Computer Age
by Wachter, Robert
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The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype, and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine's Computer Age

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
Prefacep. xi
Chapter 1    On Callp. 1
Chapter 2    Shovel Readyp. 9
Part 1The Note
Chapter 3    The iPatientp. 23
Chapter 4    The Notep. 29
Chapter 5    Strangers at the Bedsidep. 35
Chapter 6    Radiology Roundsp. 47
Chapter 7    Go Livep. 65
Chapter 8    Unanticipated Consequencesp. 71
Part 2Decision and Data
Chapter 9    Can Computers Replace the Physician's Brain?p. 93
Chapter 10    David and Goliathp. 105
Chapter 11    Big Datap. 115
Part 3The Overdose
Chapter 12    The Errorp. 127
Chapter 13    The Systemp. 131
Chapter 14    The Doctorp. 135
Chapter 15    The Pharmacistp. 139
Chapter 16    The Alertsp. 143
Chapter 17    The Robotp. 155
Chapter 18    The Nursep. 159
Chapter 19    The Patientp. 165
Part 4The Connected Patient
Chapter 20    OpenNotesp. 171
Chapter 21    Personal Health Records and Patient Portalsp. 183
Chapter 22    A Community of Patientsp. 195
Part 5The Players and the Policies
Chapter 23    Meaningful Usep. 205
Chapter 24    Epic and Athenap. 219
Chapter 25    Silicon Valley Meets Healthcarep. 235
Chapter 26    The Productivity Paradoxp. 243
Part 6Toward a Brighter Future
Chapter 27    A Vision for Health Information Technologyp. 257
Chapter 28    The Nontechnological Side of Making Health IT Workp. 267
Chapter 29    Art and Sciencep. 271
Acknowledgmentsp. 281
Notesp. 285
National Coordinators for Health Information Technologyp. 309
People Interviewedp. 311
Bibliographyp. 319
Illustration Creditsp. 321
Indexp. 323
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