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March, 12th 2009
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In a brief interview, Dr. James King, board chair of the American Academy of Family Physicians, discusses how Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) can reduce medical errors and help doctors provide better care for their patients.  Download podcast 
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Health Care involves ‘jillions’ of pieces of paper (records). Hardly a single one of them is worth keeping if it does not have a date on it.
Unfortunately (or otherwise) such dates are often expressed in obscure or ambiguous ways. Eg. would 01/04/09 refer to the first of January of 2009 or, might it be April Fool’s Day? Or might it have happened in 2001 (forget 1901)?
It seems to me that the IT fraternity (and IBM has connections with IT) seems to take no responsibility to the weeding out of ad hoc date forms in favor of the international standard (ISO 8601) date form.
Where does IBM stand on this issue?
Duncan


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