Building Effective Teams of Health Professionals
When we reflect on the changes in health informatics and information systems over the past ten years, we are amazed. Thinking about the next ten years, it is not hard to visualize that we will have “Star Trek” type medicine. In many Star Trek episodes, the physician or nurse has what appears to be some sort of scanner and in a few minutes has a diagnosis, which we assume was rapid, accurate, and physically painless.
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