Author | Jennifer Clark

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Electronic charting

January 01, 2004

San Diego - Electronic medical records are more efficient than paper charts, but dermatology practices have been slow to catch on because of its costs, said Lawrence Martinelli, M.D. He said EMRs can actually save time and money for physicians who learn to adapt their office systems and buy only what they need. He spoke at the 41st Infectious Disease Society of America annual meeting here.

The Head of its Class

September 01, 2003

San Francisco - Oral terbinafine (Lamisil) is the most cost-effective treatment for toenail onychomycosis as compared to other available agents, according to the results of an economic evaluation.