The physician as a locus of authority, responsibility, and operational control of medical systems

@article{Friedman1988ThePA,
  title={The physician as a locus of authority, responsibility, and operational control of medical systems},
  author={Bruce A. Friedman and James S. B. Martin},
  journal={Journal of Medical Systems},
  year={1988},
  volume={12},
  pages={389-396}
}
Physicians are commonly being excluded from meaningful participation in the planning, implementation, and operation of automated medical systems in hospitals. The authors advocate a rapid shift toward greater physician involvement in such systems, arguing that such a shift is desirable, feasible, and also inevitable. After reviewing the organization of information systems in hospitals, the authors describe the manner in which physician control of medical systems adds to the worth of such… CONTINUE READING
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