I have to side with the physicians on this issue because some vaccine-phobic parents will refuse to have their children vaccinated, their child will contract some preventable disease, and then the same parents will turn around and sue the physician for not insisting that the child be vaccinated (and will likely win because everyone knows the physician is more knowledgeable about such matters than the average American).
It seems only fair to me that the physician make the pre-emptive strike to rid him/herself of those patients so that s/he can concentrate on helping those patients willing to take his/her advice.
Disclaimer: I am not a physician or health care worker, but I am a parent.
The article goes into a fair amount of detail regarding information that used to be available prior to the new-and-improved-and-consolidated website energy.gov. Based on the contents of the article, I personally would conclude that the author's complaints are valid.
Livelink stores all of your documents into a database, and provides access and version control on those documents. You have the option of either a web or windows explorer front end that is easy to use for nearly everyone. The software allows you to search through document contents; Create shortcuts to related documents; Provides an interface into Excel, Word, and Powerpoint; and looks to end users like an ordinary file system. You can even set up alerts that send you an email when a document changes, or there is a new document added to a specific folder. If you're truly a glutton for punishment, it has an api that you can use to customize its behavior or integrate into other applications.
There are other document management applications available. I know of, but have not used documentum (spelling?), and I suspect that Xerox and perhaps Adobe also provide document management systems.
The bottom line is that you should try to use the tool that is appropriate for the task. As the old adage goes: When your only tool is a hammer, everything begins to look like a nail