Medical computer software - a burden for GPs
In rare instances in life this scenario may be tolerable, with reasonable support and services, but normally you wouldn’t put up with such a situation.
Yet this is exactly the case regarding the computers on our desks, but strangely no one appears to complain. The truth is, many people I know complain. The real question is who is listening?
Or, more to the point, who is there to enforce a degree of fair trading?
I was one of the first doctors in Australia to learn to use personal computers and to embrace them in my clinical practice.
The initial PIP inducements handed