The Time Doctors and Nurses Spend with EHRs is a National Disgrace

By: Guest Author | Posted on: Nov 21, 2016

This article was originally published on kevinmd.com, by . View the original article by clicking here

Doctor talking to patient, patient care

I enjoy being a physician. I really enjoy being a physician. Although much of my blog is focused on areas where we need to improve health care, with a particular recent focus on the burdens of information technology, that does not take away from the fact that I do really love my job as a doctor.

I’ve received a lot of supportive correspondence regarding my views on how electronic medical records have adversely affected the frontlines of medicine. It’s not surprising really seeing as this is one of the top daily frustrations for any physician (or nurse) in the United States. I have been very grateful for these messages of support, but articles and agreement alone are not going to solve this problem. Many doctors have also asked me how I personally go about navigating the electronic medical records that we are currently stuck with (and in my travels, I’ve worked with nearly every single major vendor, and in my opinion every single one of them sucks). I wanted to share my own personal philosophy for dealing with them:

Cascade Training provides certification training for individuals and organizations as well as complaince and safety solutions. Each year, Cascade trains over 100,000 people, equipping them with the skills necessary to provide healthcare in various situations. Contact us to learn about the certification classes we offer, or click the button below to find a class near you today! 

http://www.cascadetraining.com/courses/