Study examines physician focus on certain EMR sections

04/30/2014 |

A study in the journal Applied Clinical Informatics showed physicians tend to put more focus on the "Impression and Plan" section of patients' EMRs compared with the "Medication Profile," "Vital Signs" and "Laboratory Results" sections. Reformatting EMR notes may help clinicians pay more attention to other data, researchers said.

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