Monday, June 11, 2012

Cleveland Jewish News: Doctors returning to practice face challenges

Michael C. Butz

In 1991, after six years of practicing family medicine in St. Paul, Minnesota, Dr. Bob Elson hung up his stethoscope to pursue a career in medical informatics.

For the next 18 years, Elson successfully navigated that growing field – which works to improve doctors’ practices by integrating new technology, like electronic medical records – while occasionally seeing patients as a part-time hospital doctor.

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