Despite documentation burden being a leading factor of physician burnout, organizations and EHR vendors are barely asking physicians how to improve.
A customizable, easy-to-use mobile interface can both improve common EHR efficiency issues and open the door to the meaningful use of EHR systems.
Solutions should reduce the burden of repetitive data input that now takes place and enable seamless ways for clinicians to talk to each other, experts say.
A new survey reveals that 32% of patients perceive having access to their EHRs is ‘very important’ to them.
Providers need to find health IT companies offering a high degree of usability and integrated solutions during the EHR selection process for value-based care success.
A new study of 142 family medicine physicians shows they spend an exorbitant amount of their day on clerical or administrative tasks.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and the devastation they have brought with them, serve as glaring reminders for how beneficial EHRs can be in a crisis. Is your hospital prepared?
Here are ten ways ineffective or nonexistent communication is ruining healthcare.
Doctors are reimbursed for office visits, lab work, and medical procedures but not for desktop tasks.