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We're talking about people who were doing nicely pre-EHR.
Unless you asked them questions that go across their patient population such as, "How many of your patients are overdue for their mammogram?" or "What percentage of your diabetes patients are successfully managing their A1C levels?" or even, "How many of your patients had a wellness appointment last year?"
Without an EHR you basically can't answer those questions. The benefit of an EHR isn't at the bedside.
Having said that, the problems with EHR interfaces certainly exists and hopefully will be improved over the next ten years.
So, on a passenger-mile basis, Other is slightly more dangerous than Highway. I don't know how you calculated your numbers, but this is what I came up with after a quick look. In particular that 76 multiplier doesn't seem reasonable at all.
PS. Sorry about the formatting, I couldn't get an html table to work.
So the locals elect a government, that decides to cheap out and not pay Detroit for safe treated water. They further device to cheap out and not treat the river water, known to be polluted, and screw up their infrastructure in the process.
Not quite. The Locals elected a government, then the State Governor removed that government and appointed an Emergency Manager who made the decisions about switching water supply and not updating infrastructure. And hey, the Emergency Manager didn't have to drink the water, he didn't live in Flint.
I don't think you need taboola, but I did recently have to add slashcdn.com
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