Computerized medical records and clinic function.


Formal studies of computerized information systems for ambulatory patients are rare. As part of an evaluation of the effects of such a system on clinic function, we divided the residents in our teaching clinic into a study group with access to COSTAR and a control group with access to conventional medical records alone. Nurses and clerical personnel in the… (More)


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@article{Campbell1989ComputerizedMR, title={Computerized medical records and clinic function.}, author={James R. Campbell and N Givner and Charles B. Seelig and Ann Lennarson Greer and Kashinath D. Patil and Robert S. Wigton and Thomas G. Tape}, journal={M.D. computing : computers in medical practice}, year={1989}, volume={6 5}, pages={282-7} }