Low-tech medicine - Asbury Park Press, 2/15/09:
Dr. Robert Penney, an obstetrician and gynecologist with offices in Holmdel and Shrewsbury, said he had to lobby his colleagues five years ago before they agreed to spend $200,000 on an electronic system.I was thinking of going back to him because I haven't had any good experiences with Freehold doctors. They are all quacks.
It required extensive training and the savings from productivity weren't immediate.
"It's much more complicated than people believe," said Penney, who has become a leading advocate on information technology.
Penney's good ... I didn't know it at the time but I know it now. And the occasional trip "east" won't be so bad as prenatal would have been, every week towards the end.