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These appeared last week.What’s Digitization Doing to Health Care?Conrad AmentaMay 9 2017, 3:00amNew software is industrializing medicine by turning doctors into data entry clerks—and making them suicidally depressed in the process.In more ways than one, medicine is dying. A 2015 article in JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that almost a third of medical school graduates become clinically depressed upon beginning their residency training.
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