Lawrence L. Weed

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Larry Weed, MD is widely known as the father of the problem-oriented medical record and inventor of the now-ubiquitous SOAP (subjective/objective/assessment/plan) note, for developing an electronic health record system (Problem-Oriented Medical Information System, PROMIS), and for founding a company (since acquired), which developed problem-knowledge(More)
The electronic patient record will never amount to much if cognitive inputs to the record are left uncontrolled. A powerful tool for bringing cognitive inputs under control has been in use for many years. (1,2,3,4,5) This tool will be presented at a 3 hour workshop later today. These remarks describe the design principles for that tool in relation to design(More)
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