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This is a very interesting article written by someone who seems expert in the medical domain. This article will help the readers a lot.

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Stanley, this is a very informative essay.

I wonder if an ideal EHR might improve adherence by helping physicians to better individualize their communication style to each patient.

Very thoughtful article. Quality health care can be more exactly described as striving for and reaching excellent standards of care. It involves assessing the appropriateness of medical tests and treatments and measures to continually improve personal health care in all fields of medicine, from the aides that help you eat to the surgeon who removes a tumor from your brain.

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