At my one job we had almost all paper charting. (lab orders and diet orders were entered into the OLD computer system). When we had to administer blood--blood bank would call up that the unit(s) of blood were ready and we entered a request into the computer system for the blood to be sent to the floor. Then we went to (basically) all computer charting, which I think is much, much better than computer charting for so many reasons. Well, when we went to computer charting, blood bank would call up that the unit(s) were ready and we had to tube down a paper req for them to send the blood to the floor. Go figure.
As for the automated blood pressure machines vs. taking a manual BP...there is still a lot of human element that goes into getting an accurate reading from the machine--correct cuff length, correct cuff width, correct placement of the cuff, etc., etc. Not that those aren't concerns for a manual BP (they are), but if there are any doubts about the "computer's" pressure, I will be taking it myself.