Better managing workloads, being allowed to disconnect from work and recalibrating medical practice leaders' expectations would help alleviate clerical burdens associated with EHRs that lead to burnout, according to physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants responding to a small survey. "We went to school to see patients, but now, for every minute we have with a patient, we are spending two additional minutes on the computer," said Philip Kroth, director of biomedical informatics research at the University of New Mexico.
Workflow management, boundaries could reduce EHR-related burnout
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