A study published in Information Systems Research showed that basic EHRs were associated with physicians' increased tenure at hospitals, compared with more advanced EHR systems. Based on data from HIMSS and the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, researchers found that physician documentation or computerized provider order entry "can be very disruptive and in some cases they require doctors to work around the alert," said study author Corey Angst.
Basic EHRs tied to increased physician tenure, study reveals
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