Researchers evaluated "EMR happy hour" training sessions conducted at University of Missouri Health at Columbia and found that clinicians who attended the sessions consistently valued peer support, with one of the participants saying that they "get to talk with others in the same situation as me" and another citing the sessions as an "excellent opportunity to learn new EMR tricks, work-arounds, strategies to make life easier." The findings were published in the Annals of Family Medicine.
Study shows value of peer support in EMR training
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