Bryan P. Bergeron, MD
Bergeron BP. The Physician-Computer Connection: A Practical Guide to Physician Involvement in Health Care Information Systems. Ann Intern Med. 1997;127:175-176. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-127-2-199707150-00053
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1997;127(2):175-176.
The Physician-Computer Connection: A Practical Guide to Physician Involvement in Health Care Information Systems
Bria WF II, Rydell RL. 124 pages. Chicago: American Hospital Publishing; 1996. $42.50. ISBN 1556481667. Order phone 800-242-2626.
Field of medicine: Medical informatics.
Format: Softcover book.
Audience: All physicians who plan, implement, or use health care information systems, regardless of their technical background. It is a must-read for those involved in health care informatics and hospital administration.
Purpose: To provide physicians with a practical, administrative-level guide on how best to take an active, influential role in the development or selection of health care information systems, whether in a small group practice or a large, multihospital enterprise.
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