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Don't implode EHR use, improve itHealthcare is not returning to paper, so rather than complain about the digital obstacles in their way, physicians should put that energy into meaningful change.
3 dangerous data entry habits to avoidIt's ironic: Experts in health IT concur that a major reason for healthcare systems shifted from paper to digital records was to reduce medical errors, but at the same time research has shown that EHRs actually introduce new kinds of errors.
Reduce technology burden to restore joy for physiciansA recent Mayo Clinic study on physician satisfaction with their EHRs showed that only 36 percent of 6,375 physicians interviewed were satisfied with their use.
Your Voice: Physicians need to take back the medical profession from EHRs
Is the EHR an ill-conceived obsession?For drugs or medical devices to be approved, there must be evidence that benefit significantly outweighs risk. This is to protect the public. A glaring exception is today's EHRs, which were mandated by the 2009 HITECH Act.
HIT experts: Don’t expect Silicon Valley to launch new EHRsAlthough health IT experts are excited about the possible offerings that these tech giants could deliver, they also say they don’t expect any of them to launch their own EHR products.
Rideshare giants Uber and Lyft partner with providers to help get patients to their medical appointments, as well as improve the overall patient experience. Here’s five takeaways from industry watchers.
8 ways to reduce physician frustration with the EHRTime spent on EHR data entry instead of interacting with patients is a common complaint from doctors.
Interoperability is a possibility, and closer than some may thinkIndustry insiders share their views of how healthcare is moving steadily toward a connected future.
Trump administration promotes patient ownership of health data
Trump administration promotes patient ownership of health dataCMS announces a commitment to give patients control of their records.