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Three Common EHR Missteps

If you are having trouble with fully utilizing your EHR, you're not alone. Minor mistakes can cause major problems. Here are three missteps that typically trip up physicians.

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Rasu Shrestha, MD

In this podcast, the chief innovation officer at the UPMC health system joins us to explain the potential of artificial intelligence in reducing burnout.

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For some physicians, reducing burnout requires a major shift in how they practice medicine. For others, it's simply taking a deep breath.

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This physician shares her unfiltered views on a new workplace, while remembering the way things used to be.

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While one practice built their own EHR to address population health, another solution is accessing information about specialists

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Training physicians can be a challenge, but there are many upsides, including real-time patient record updates and physician satisfaction

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Failure to properly train your staff can lead to costly mistakes when documenting using EHR.

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EHRs are often pointed to as the cause of physician burnout, but that's not entirely fair, says one doctor.

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