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Tenet Health says systems are coming back, calls patient worries ‘preposterous’

A TV station’s report on downtime at two of Tenet Healthcare’s South Florida hospitals prompt the company to complain that it is “preposterous” to suggest that charting on paper during EHR downtime could cause medication errors.

Veteran hospitalized at Spokane VA after missing heart medication, highlighting health record system’s prescription problems

Spokane VA officials confirm that a veteran was hospitalized with heart failure in March after his heart medication prescription – ordered before Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center’s conversion to Cerner  – disappeared off his Cerner active medication list.

Newfoundland and Labrador healthcare information system ‘fragmented, outdated’: report

Canada’s Newfoundland and Labrador hasn’t followed through on recommendations that it upgrade to a new version of Meditech in a $92 million project that auditors say would more than pay for itself.



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