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According to the 2009 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey, only 46 percent of U.S. doctors use electronic medical records, compared to 99 percent of doctors in the Netherlands and 97 percent of doctors in New Zealand and Norway.

"We spend far more than any of the other countries in the survey, yet a majority of U.S. primary care doctors say their patients often can’t afford care, and a wide majority of primary care physicians don’t have advanced computer systems to access patient test results, anticipate and avoid medication errors or support care for chronically ill patients," said Commonwealth Fund Senior Vice President Cathy Schoen, lead author of an article appearing in Health Affairs.

The survey also reports that

The good folks at the Winning Trial Advocacy Tips blog have assembled some more great information of  interest to trial lawyers.  This post is titled "Free Software for Trial Lawyers‘ and features a dozen free or almost free programs of interest to lawyers who try personal injury and wrongful death cases.

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