All Things Considered
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Hospitals have been installing computerized prescription systems to help eliminate human error. But a study in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association finds these programs are actually causing new kinds of medical mistakes.
Sociologist Ross Koppel of the University of Pennsylvania is misidentified as "Robert" in this segment.
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