Strategies implemented by physician practices to address EHR training for new employees should include three key stages, starting with teaching the fundamentals of EHRs to new hires. Practices should also enable new employees to shadow other staff members for at least a day to understand how the system fits within the workflow. Super EHR users must also support the new employees once they start using EHRs alone, says Dr. Rishi Agrawal of La Rabida Children's Hospital in Chicago.
3 stages to look at when training new staff for EHR use
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