Yup, that's exactly what I was saying. In your particular incident nothing bad happened and it all worked out OK. However, the computer situation you described is flat out dangerous because there is always human error potential when things have to be "transcribed" from one system to another. You should be able to access an integrated system where the bigger picture for the patient is available to you at all times. Anything less leaves dangerous gaps. Sooner or later this is going to contribute to a bad result for someone, it's just a matter of time.