EMR

Guiding Opioid Prescribing Behavior in the Emergency Department: EMR-Based Interventions

Guiding Opioid Prescribing Behavior in the Emergency Department: EMR-Based Interventions

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An electronic "nudge" provided by electronic medical records may decrease the percentage of prescriptions written for more than 10 opioid tablets.

It's Time for the Independent Physician to Stop Fighting the System

It's Time for the Independent Physician to Stop Fighting the System

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The time has come for the independent physician to stop bucking the system. For better or for worse?

Do Medical Scribes Negatively Impact the Doctor-Patient Relationship?

Do Medical Scribes Negatively Impact the Doctor-Patient Relationship?

There have been concerns regarding a potentially negative impact on physician-patient relationships.

Doctors Spending Half Their Time Working on Computers

Doctors Spending Half Their Time Working on Computers

Researchers estimate that physicians devote 3.08 hours a day to face-to-face office visits.

Electronic Health Records Found to Overwhelm and Increase Physician Burnout Rates

Electronic Health Records Found to Overwhelm and Increase Physician Burnout Rates

This survey finds that physicians who have to use EHRs report higher rates of burnout and job dissatisfaction.

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