Survey examines doctors' views on how HIT affects care delivery

07/23/2013 | Health Data Management

A small majority of more than 300 practicing doctors in the country believe that health IT can help promote evidence-based medicine as well as enhance patient care and safety, according to a survey conducted by Wolters Kluwer Health. Despite of the positive findings of the survey, Wolters Kluwer Health revealed that 56% of respondents attested that EHRs are not easy to use, while 61% of them found that EHRs fail to enhance patient relationships.

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