It was great!
I just sat there and looked at the patients and talked with them and used my expertise and knowledge and explored issues and explained things and felt on top of my game. If I wanted to know things that I would previously have looked up on the computer, I asked the patient. I had to write my prescriptions by hand, but then I didn't have to wait for them to print out.
Computers increase stress for the doctor and significantly impede thought and communication. I am not convinced that their benefits outweigh their disadvantages.
Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?
Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?