In the spring of 2007, I was very interested in how physicians gather information and learn at the point of care. As I thought through what was needed, I sketched this on the back of a napkin. The box represents a computer screen that is divided into three parts, each with a slightly different purpose. The left third of the screen represents the traditional electronic medical record interface where a physician would enter information on vital signs, details from the history or ...

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