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Doctors Give Tech an F

Nearly three-fourths of practices surveyed for this year's Physicians Practice Technology Survey say the health IT industry is failing because doctors don't like the technology they use. What can be done to improve that?

Also: 2017 Tech Survey Results

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In part 2 of our roundtable, three doctors vent about EHRs and extol the virtues of having a balanced work and home life.

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You can get along better with your EHR software and in turn, it should help reduce clinician burnout. Here's how.

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A recent study found practices lack confidence in EHRs and population health management solutions with regards MIPS and MACRA.

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A physician shortage may be contributing to burnout, but help is on the way—and creative staffing might keep you going until it gets here.

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Use Excel Pivot Tables and Microsoft SQL Server to enhance the way your practice creates reports from its PM and EHR systems.

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Here are the major shifts from the Medicare Quality Payment Program’s proposed rule to the recently released final rule.

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The EHR is creating some risk and liability for providers. Some of these risks are obvious and some are not.

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