As with the implementation of all new systems there are going to be some setbacks. Slashdot reports on a serious setback to the Kaiser Permanente health care company. The origin of the problem is their electronic patient record system. Slash dot writes that Kaiser has spent about $4 billion dollars on an unreliable electronic medical record system that is impacting patient care, according to a 722-page internal report revealed by Computerworld. Not a terribly good thing.
Thanks to CorpHQ for the note as well as bringing to light the 'dumping issue'. Although secondary it is clearly not a good thing.