“There are many positives associated with EHRs. However, EHR usability is a common negative among EHR users, which leads to clinician burnout. As the calendar flips to 2020, technological advancements in the EHR are key to addressing this epidemic that makes its way around medical facilities throughout the country. According to a study completed in a partnership between the Mayo Clinic and the American Medical Association (AMA), researchers found that EHR usability was largely graded an F when evaluated on a traditional letter grade scale, and that failing grade was strongly tied to high clinician burnout scores. A new study issued today found electronic medical records (EHRs) – as currently ...
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