Doctors frustrated that electronic records steal time from patients
EHRs were developed in response to federal government financial incentives aimed at facilitating the exchange of health information, reducing medical errors and improving care. But they can strain clinical encounters. Researchers asked doctors licensed to practice in Rhode Island the question: "How does using an EHR affect your interaction with patients?" They got an earful.
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