Nearly 78% of physicians surveyed by The Physician's Foundation in 2018 said they experienced burnout at least sometimes, and EHR systems are a contributing factor due to their lack of interoperability and interference with patient care. A lack of autonomy and an increased administrative burden that takes away from time with patients are other factors contributing to burnout.
EHRs, lack of autonomy contribute to physician burnout
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