Doctors are frustrated with the burden of documentation and how it cuts into patient care. Hope is on the horizon with technology that keeps up.
What matters most to patients when it comes to their interactions with physicians and what do they value in their overall healthcare experience?
Doctors have to be more places than ever. Yet, documentation keeps them in front of a computer for 43% of the day. No wonder 88% are stressed out.View the infographic
View the infographic to see how next-generation workflows allow physicians to spend less time on documentation and more time with patients.
have a good relationship with their physician
feel rushed during office visit
believe use of technology leads to better care
are honest with their physician
find patient relationships the most satisfying part of their job
feel rushed during an office visit
feel EHRs interfere with face-to-face communication with patients
believe their patients respect them
A technologist’s view on why clinical documentation created through clicks and checkboxes has compromised the patient story.
One busy doctor produced enough EMR documents to equal 40, 400-page books a year. Help is needed.
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To be successful, providers need to know what patients want and expect from their healthcare experience.
The relationship between physicians and patients is at the core of healing. Let's reimagine healthcare—where physicians can get back to the patient.
Learn what patients and physicians want and discover tools that deliver on their expectations.