1. Physicians spend 16 minutes using EHR for each patient encounter  Healio
  2. Doctors average 16 minutes on the computer for every patient  CNA
  3. Beware Virulent Deer and Confounding EHR Notes  AAFP News
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Physicians spend, on average, 16 minutes and 14 seconds using an EHR for each patient encounter, with 11% of that time occurring after hours, according to a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. “The time physicians have to spend on indirect patient care tasks creates time pressure on direct patient care — interview, physical exam, discussion — adds to the Physicians spend, on average, 16 minutes and 14 seconds using an EHR for each patient encounter, with 11% of that time occurring after hours, according to a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. “The time physicians have to spend on indirect patient care tasks creates time pressure on direct patient care — interview, physical exam, discussion — adds to the

Physicians spend 16 minutes using EHR for each patient encounter

SAN FRANCISCO: For each patient they see, doctors spend about 16 minutes using electronic health records, a US study finds. Researchers examined ...SAN FRANCISCO: For each patient they see, doctors spend about 16 minutes using electronic health records, a US study finds. Researchers examined ...

Doctors average 16 minutes on the computer for every patient - CNA

We asked our new physician bloggers about the worst EHR notes they have seen. They shared their experiences in this Fresh Perspectives blog post.We asked our new physician bloggers about the worst EHR notes they have seen. They shared their experiences in this Fresh Perspectives blog post.

Beware Virulent Deer and Confounding EHR Notes