Study links physician satisfaction to providing quality care

10/10/2013 | Modern Healthcare (subscription required)

A Rand Corp. survey of physicians and other health professionals in six states linked how a doctor perceived his or her ability to provide a high quality of care to their professional satisfaction. The study, sponsored by the American Medical Association, found that barriers to providing quality care were a source of stress for physicians, and while they liked electronic health records, they also found the technology created difficult problems, such as less face time with patients.

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