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13. Patient-Centeredness in Computerized Clinical Settings

Running Time: 4:45

One of the most common changes in general clinical practice is the introduction of the electronic health record. Some feel that the presence of a computer during a clinical interview has created a three-way interaction whereas formerly it was purely a two-person, patient–clinician interaction. The novice clinician may find it particularly challenging to engage the patient during the clinical encounter while also attending to the accuracy of the record and contributing to a culture of information safety.

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