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New survey shows decline in physician satisfaction with EHR systems

For example, 72% thought their EHR system's ability to decrease workload was difficult or very difficult, 54% found their EHR system increased their total operating costs, 43% said they have
August 2015

Journal Watch: Recent studies of note

The simplified score is likely to be easier to compute and may reduce errors in clinical practice in busy environments with a heavy workload, the authors say.
December 2008

Discharge coordinator pleases patients, eases residents' burden

The issue: Making discharge safer and reducing workload for housestaff. “Everyone kept wondering, ‘What could we offload off the housestaff's plates?’” said Kathleen Finn, MD, FACP, associate program director of
March 2012

Pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary heart disease

Elevated pulmonary artery pressure increases right ventricular workload with resulting myocardial hypertrophy and diastolic dysfunction ultimately leading to diastolic right-heart failure.
April 2015

Coping with copy-paste

physician's workload, because that's all derived out of documentation right now.
September 2017

Replacing IV catheters as needed is as safe as routine replacement, study finds

for cost, reduction of unnecessary invasive procedures, and staff workloads,” they wrote.
October 2012

It's not an admission, it's an experience

that improving the patient experience does not have to increase their workloads. ... In some cases, improvements to the patient experience can actually lighten physicians' workload, said Ms.
February 2008

Put more than money on the table when recruiting hospitalists

or administrative workload, as well as the schedule, pay and advancement opportunities they might expect in hospital medicine, said Dr. ... Gottesman said. Nurses and physician assistants need to be included in staff meetings so they can share feedback
February 2007

Avoiding the pitfalls of hospital medicine

This is especially common during training, when residents and fellows are keenly aware of each other's workload and when they are more likely to meet resistance from the consulting trainee.
December 2013

Is it time to forgo the handshake?

cited in a paper in the February 2013 Implementation Science noted that physicians reported “remembering to perform hand hygiene” and “high workload or feeling too rushed” as their top barriers to
December 2014

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