After Katrina, Flood and Jake drove from Utah to Mississippi, where they sought out survivors in flooded homes. In recent years, Jake helped train younger dogs across the national country. They were demonstrated by him how to track scents, even in the snow, and how to research if the scent was in a tree. He also did therapy work with children at a Utah camp for burn off victims and at senior homes and hospitals. ‘He was an excellent morale booster wherever he proceeded to go,’ Flood said.’ She said Jake’s ashes will be scattered ‘in areas that were vital that you him,’ such as for example his Utah schooling grounds and the rivers and hills near his home where he swam and roamed.The EHR is certainly touted as a cost-saving, quality-promoting device, though cost-saving projections have already been debunked and data on quality are mixed.2 Although we’ve made improvement in patient safety only by carefully examining our errors, somehow the dangers posed by technology are anticipated to right themselves. Second, letting the marketplace form usability assumes that clinicians will be the target users. So EHRs will be only as good as the product quality metrics they’re made to catch; technology can’t get over fundamental measurement difficulties. We measure a lot of things that have no worth to patients, while a lot of what patients do value, including our attention, remains unmeasurable. Why, Wachter asks, do we do nothing similar in health care? In a moving passage, Wachter speaks with a renowned surgeon who once spent his evenings before surgery reading his notes on the next day’s patients.