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Physicians, paperwork, and paying attention to patients

By: Monique Tello, MD, MPH, Contributing Editor, Harvard Health Publications Have you noticed that when you go to a doctor’s office, the providers are on a computer or flipping through papers for much of the visit? Maybe they’re looking through your records, typing your history, filling out forms, or checking boxes from a questionnaire. Whatever it is, isn’t it kind of weird and awkward that you’re sitting there in person for an illness or…

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