AMA addresses patient interaction, EHR interoperability

07/2/2013 | American Medical News (free content)

The American Medical Association House of Delegates voted to approve a policy addressing interaction with patients while incorporating computers and EHRs into exams. The policy encourages physicians to talk with patients and incorporate questions about technology use into patient-satisfaction surveys. The board also voted to advocate for greater EHR interoperability.

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