Doctors tap phones to avoid poor mobile EHRs
from Government Health IT
Physicians are taking to smartphones nearly universally (96 percent) as the primary device to support clinical communications, while they stay clear of mobile EHR tools, according to a new report. The survey found that 83 percent of doctors said they were frustrated with using the EHR to support clinical communications due to poor EHR interoperability, limited EHR messaging capabilities, and poor usability that makes it difficult to find relevant clinical data.
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