Collecting, communicating and using information: the educational issues. A report from the Royal College of Physicians Committee on Medical Information Technology.
Williams JG., de Dombal FT., Knill-Jones R., Severs MP.
Few of the major advances in information science and technology have yet been successfully introduced in health care. Their implementation could improve both quality of care and the working environment of clinicians, but this will not be achieved by investing in hardware and software alone. Investment in education is also required.