I studied to be a medical assistant, back in the 70's. We learned much more than they teach them at present. A doctor I visited recently, did not know how to write a prescription with Latin terms. She had written on the prescription pad, "Please make into a salve."Recently, my local hospital got hacked by a ransom attack. They had to revert to doing everything by paper or on a laptop NOT connected to the main system they were rebuilding. Over the 6 weeks this went on, nurses and docs were scrambling for prescription pads and how to handle documentation that had always been hooked into the system. As one nurse I know put it, "Chaos". I worked in a time of handwritten notes, etc. No computers. They actually did go to some of the older nurses and docs to "relearn" the old ways of pen and paper and the use of paper charts, even if only for temporary use.