Problems continue for EHRs, but whose problems are they?

Electronic health records have been one of healthcare’s most innovative or divisive — depending on your point of view — technologies since the start of the modern, technological age. They take up more of doctors’ and practice administrators’ time, create more technical trials, and may lead to physician burnout, according to a recent report by US News & World Report

Electronic health records have been one of healthcare’s most innovative or divisive — depending on your point of view — technologies since the start of the modern, technological age. They take up more of doctors’ and practice administrators’ time, create more technical trials, and may lead to physician burnout, according to a recent report by US News & World Report

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Problems continue for EHRs, but whose problems are they?