Posts in Category: EHRs

New study puts $4.6B price tag on physician burnout 

While physician burnout’s negative effect on clinical and organizational outcomes is not quantifiable, a new study in the Annals of Internal Medicine has put a dollar figure on the cost to the U.S. healthcare industry—a staggering $4.6 billion annually.

That’s a figure that provides a clear economic incentive for those in charge to invest in ways to alleviate and remediate physician burnout, which leads to high turnover and a reduction in clinical hours billed.

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Posted by Jana Ballinger 06/06/2019 Categories: EHRs Physician Burnout

Don’t let obsolete devices jeopardize your medical data 

As anyone with a mobile phone can attest, technology is moving so fast it doesn’t take long for the next big thing to become antiquated. This rapid rate of change creates many challenges, and one of the most critical is the retention of important information even as the devices collecting and storing that information become obsolete.

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Posted by Jana Ballinger 09/05/2017 Categories: EHRs Health IT