Computers reduce odds of in-hospital deaths

This reinforces my repeated assertion that healthcare is far, far behind ordinary enterprise in adoption of practices that work: “When computers replace paper, patient mortality rates drop 15% during hospitalization, among other metrics, according to a study of 41 Texas hospitals by Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins School of Medicine researchers published in the Archives of Internal Medicine.” Full article here. (ModernHealthcare.com)

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