The paperwork of freedom

Gibbs, Mark
September 2000
Network World;09/25/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 39, p190
Trade Publication
Discusses the paperwork the author had to undergo for his knee surgery. Waste represented by the duplication of data; Benefits and drawbacks of a federally sponsored universal smart card; Possible violation of the right of privacy once medical data is online.


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