ElectronicHealthcare 2(2) May 2003 : 36-43

Further Lessons from Denmark About Computer Systems in Physician Offices

Denis Protti and Ib Johansen


In the last issue, we asked: What can a small country of only 5.3 million people teach us about health informatics? When it comes to physician office computing and the electronic medical record (EMR), it may be worth taking a closer look at what the Danes have accomplished and how they got there.



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