March 01, 2015

Power to the (Older) People! Join the Technology Revolution!

Kathleen Balthrop Havener

Even if the technology revolution took you by surprise—whether that happened in the mid-1980s, when law offices began to go high tech; in the 1990s, when email became ubiquitous and almost impossible to practice without in accounting and law firms; in what we now call the “oughts,” when use of the Internet to accomplish online research and to keep up-to-date in your profession became essential; or during the past three or four years, when hospitals and medical professionals’ offices in even the tiniest communities are keeping their charts electronically—let’s admit it, you simply haven’t been paying attention. (I intend to talk turkey—as those of us of a certain vintage do.)

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