Hospitals get wired to prevent errors, track patient records

02/11/2004 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Health care facilities in Tarrant County, N.C., are part of a growing movement to replace paper files with electronic medical records, bar-coded medicines and other equipment. The changes are part of a nationwide drive to bring hospitals up to date with the electronic world to better prevent medical errors, make medical records readily accessible and avoid duplication of tasks.

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