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Professionalism, Electronic Records and the Physician-Patient Relationship  

Research guide for the Visions and Voices lecture by Howard Brody, M.D., Professionalism, Electronic Records and the Physician-Patient Relationship.
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Introduction

Electronic medical records (EMR) have been a major concern for bioethicists and privacy advocates since they were introduced as a cost-efficient way of storing the medical histories of patients. Not only are there privacy issues related to sharing access to EMRs, but there is a potential for altering the doctor-patient relationship. As hospitals move towards electronic records, they have also created unforeseen difficulties for physicians.

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