Heavy hitters to hit the hustings

Kondro, Wayne
March 2011
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;3/8/2011, Vol. 183 Issue 4, pE229
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the initiative of Ontario Medical Association (OMA) to urge politicians who will run for provincial elections to campaign for electronic medical records for residents by 2015, more funds to help physicians adopt electronic devices, and extension of family health teams. It states that OMA will fund advertising campaigns to urge candidates to coordinate with their platform. It adds that Ontarian doctors believe, enhancing patient-centered care will improve patient safety.


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