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14/05/2017

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Most of the time I see references to 'data loss', I conclude that the term has been used inappropriately. So I applaud the author for looking beyond this terminology and considering the impact on patients. As I understand it in most cases the effect of this incident was to prevent clinical access to patient data. This sort of event will happen again so clinicians should not put pens and paper away just yet.

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