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electronic medical records

In theory of EMR, this would be a welcome advance. EMR would create a digital and permanent record of all physician orders that could be accessed by all medical personnel involved in the patients’ care. EMR would solve the perennial problem of inscrutable physician handwriting, including mine. Thanks for the post.



I don't see how reducing the number of trials required (#1 & #4) would help. I would think that this article would point to more/bigger trials to get an idea of the true patient population prior to approval. Or maybe something like conditional approval based on a 2yr follow up study of the general population.

#5 is right on. It is amazing how little of this analysis is done.

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