Mayo Clinic’s EHR training increased clinicians’ EHR proficiency

By Naomi Diaz for Becker’s Hospital Review Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic’s EHR training program increased user confidence and proficiency in the EHR, according to a July 7 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. The program, dubbed reBoot Camp, was offered from April 2018 through June 2020. The program was designed to…

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EHR dissatisfaction linked to increased clinician resignation

By Katie Adams for Becker’s Hospital Review Burnout and EHR dissatisfaction are key factors associated with clinicians’ likelihood to leave their organization, according to KLAS research released April 12. KLAS surveyed 59,000 clinicians about how likely they are to leave their organizations in the next two years. The survey found that clinicians who are very dissatisfied with…

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Study Finds Female Docs Spend More Time on Documentation

From For the Record Magazine athenahealth, Inc, a provider of network-enabled software and services for medical groups and health systems nationwide, announced research insights that show significant differences in both patient interaction and appointment documentation practices between female and male clinicians. Female clinicians across specialties and clinical roles see fewer patients per week and spend…

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How top EHR vendors ranked in hospital beds gained, lost in 2020

Jackie Drees for Becker’s Hospital Review While 2020 was not Epic’s largest year for EHR market share growth, the Verona, Wis.-based EHR vendor gained more hospital contracts and beds than its competitors for the year, according to a recent KLAS Research report. For its “U.S. Hospital Market Share 2021” report, KLAS examined EHR purchasing activity and…

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