The 411 On Using Text Messages To Issue Physician Orders

Law360, New York (September 8, 2016, 1:26 PM EDT) -- Sarah E. Coyne

Jon R. Kammerzelt Imagine ripping the smartphone from the clenched hand of your teenager and telling her that instead she was going to have to schedule her weekend plans with friends by tapping out Morse code or penning a letter to be sent via carrier pigeon. We imagine that this is similar to the way the electronically connected young residents of today feel when they enter their first clinical rotation and are told they must abandon their smartphones in favor of email, medical record notations or (gasp!!!) the telephone. Thankfully (at least for the residents' sake), much like...

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