Atul Gawande in an article for The New Yorker asks if computer screens are forming a barrier between doctors and their patients?

Today we live in a digital age where both our working and home lives are becoming more and more dependent upon technology.   However, are clinicians now spending more time looking at and entering data on their computers than talking with their patients?

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