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David M. Denton is a board-certified pediatrician and member of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is a partner of the Pocatello Children's Clinic in Pocatello, Idaho, and is affiliated with Portneuf Medical Center where he currently serves as the medical staff vice-president and chair of the Information Services Steering Committee. He also serves on the board of the Pocatello Quality Alliance, a clinically integrated network. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Washington. Dr. Denton has always had a special interest in technology, especially human-computer interaction and is passionate about the impact of both good and bad technology on medicine. 

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EHRs Must Solve Real Problems

2/14/2014
To win the respect of healthcare workers, software must address true pain points. In too many cases, electronic health record systems aren't living up to the promise.

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