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Supplement to the July/August 2005 issue of the Annals of Family Medicine

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SUCCESSFUL ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD SYSTEMS REQUIRE THOUGHTFUL IMPLEMENTATION
Implementing an electronic medical record (EMR) system in a medical practice without proper communication, decision-making processes and methods for addressing conflicts can limit the overall effectiveness the EMR may have in improving quality of care and productivity within the practice. A qualitative case study of a private family medicine practice that had recently purchased and implemented an EMR showed that dysfunctional communication patterns, the distribution of decision-making power and internal conflicts limited the effective implementation and use of the EMR. In this practice, use of the EMR offered little or no improvement over use of paper charts.
Implementing An Electronic Medical Record in a Family Medicine Practice: Communication, Decision-Making, and Conflict
By Jesse C. Crosson, Ph.D., et al

SHOW OF EMOTION AND SHARING OF PERSONAL EXPERIENCES BY A PHYSICIAN MAY BENEFIT THE PATIENT
A qualitative study of nine physicians finds that a spontaneous show of emotions from a physician may help the patient, and that personal disclosure and the sharing personal experiences may lead to constructive interactions.
The Doctor Who Cried: A Qualitative Study About the Doctor's Vulnerability
By Kirsti Malterud, M.D. Ph.D., et al

PERCEPTIONS OF PRIMARY CARE HIGH-USERS DIFFER FROM THAT OF PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS
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Contact: Kristin Robinson
kristinr@aafp.org
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American Academy of Family Physicians
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