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"he's spent his career closely observing his patients while taking notes for reference. With the electronic records, he said he was always looking at the computer screen."

My first cardiologist never looked at me. She looked at my X-rays and charts, occasionally mumbled something, was constantly typing and never looked up. Then got up and left the room. On my way out I told the receptionist I wouldn't return. And I didn't.

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