Changing ways

Patel, Sunil
June 2004
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;6/22/2004 Supplement, Vol. 170, p7
Academic Journal
In this article the author reflects on how the magazine from the Canadian Medical Association (CMA), will help health personnel deal with the growth of an electronic health environment. He explains that one of the CMA's key strategic priorities is showing leadership in electronic service delivery. He asserts that the health care system can only be improved if physicians have a say in what new tools are deployed to help practitioners and how the system integrates new technology and new process.


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