How More Efficient EHRs Can Ease Physician Burnout (Becker’s Hospital Review)

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Physicians are reporting high rates of burnout, which studies suggest can affect patient safety. This can be partially attributed to the administrative burden placed on physicians, who frequently lose clinical hours to EHR tasks. Simplifying physicians’ workflow with more effective systems can reduce stress levels and improve care outcomes, research shows.

In the article, Patrick McGill, MD, Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer at Community Health Network, explains how using the Health Catalyst platform helped create efficiencies in the EHR to alleviate burnout.

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