By James Gargiulo

The majority of provider organizations have invested in an electronic health record (EHR). But there appears to be room for improvement. Health care professionals are increasingly voicing frustration with their EHRs. Why? “Poor usability, clunky interfaces, ineffective search and too many clicks,” according to a recent Healthcare IT News article, Doctors Demand Extreme EHR Makeover … Right Now. Other items on the “wish list” include interoperability and the ability to add on new applications, advanced search functionality, easier copy-and-paste functionality, and customizable views. A Rand survey on the topic, 9 Reasons Physicians Hate EMR – The 2013 RAND Study, reported…
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