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Hospitals' move to e-files spurs a labor shortage

By Christopher Rowland
Globe Staff / May 14, 2007

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Massachusetts is among the leaders nationally in the use of electronic patient records and computerized drug prescribing. But its workforce is not keeping pace: The state lacks enough people who know how computers work and who understand how doctors diagnose and treat diseases. (Full article: 654 words)

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