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Ten medical schools -- including Harvard, Yale, Columbia and Johns Hopkins -- do not have departments for family medicine. (proimos/Flickr)
Ten medical schools -- including Harvard, Yale, Columbia and Johns Hopkins -- do not have departments for family medicine. (proimos/Flickr)
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More and more hospitals, including some of the biggest in Boston, have been shifting over to new electronic medical records systems.

These records systems have been criticized by health professionals, including Boston physicians, who say the current electronic health records are flawed and draw the attention of doctors to the computer screen and away from their patients.

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Carey Goldberg, host of WBUR's CommonHealth, which tweets @commonhealth.

This segment aired on May 15, 2017.

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