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Docs' Biggest Medical Regrets

We'd like to only remember the good things we've done in life and forget the bad, but that's not how our minds work. Everyone lives with a few regrets from their personal lives and careers. We asked a few doctors to share some of their biggest regrets in medicine.


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Why are patients waiting longer for doctors? The culprit lies with government-mandated reporting.


For one doctor, the EHR can visualize the amount of work that is done by a physician on a daily — and nightly — basis.


Physician satisfaction, training, return on investment, and patient comfort all matter when considering hiring EHR scribes.

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One doctor has seen that medical training and trust are key when working with a scribe to document care in the EHR.

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Various tools within the EHR can be important in speeding up the process of documenting the patients' care, but providers must be careful about the potential hazards of this added convenience.


Meaningful Use continues to be a pain in the neck for one doctor, who is struggling to attest as a private practice physician.


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