Edward Goldenberg's heart patients used to see a
stack of folders 2 feet high on the
cardiologist's desk. Now, there are two computers.
It's been 12 years since Goldenberg began transforming
his practice, Cardiology Consultants, into a so-called
"paperless" medical office. Today, the office is mostly
electronic. Among the benefits: He and his staff spend
less time looking for blood-test results and electrocardiogram
readings, for example, and instead spend those extra
minutes with patients.
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