Hospital, office physicians have differing laments about electronic records

July 5, 2017

Rosa Baier, Associate Professor, co-author on a new study, reports widespread agreement among physicians that maintaining electronic health records (EHRs) undermines their connection with patients. The analysis found, however, that hospital-based physicians most often decried how EHRs take time away from patient contact, while office-based physicians most often lamented that EHRs detract from the quality of their patient interactions.

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