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Technology Survey

Saroj Misra, DO

The advent of the tablet and the smartphone as medical "tools" has created increasing opportunities for ''on-the-go" data access for today's healthcare providers.

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Using mobile EHR applications means being aware of the privacy implications of carrying protected health information in the palm of their hands.

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Physicians are likely going to give a loud groan when you ask them about EHRs. Why, then, have they warmed up to the mobile experience?

Physicians Practice surveyed 1,568 physicians, advanced practice providers, and practice administrators for its annual technology survey. Here's what they said.

In 2021, will EHRs still be unusable and the bane of physicians' existence? We asked two leading experts to look into their crystal ball.

While the usability of EHRs is a major issue for most physicians, some are finding ways to configure their systems to improve utilization.

Concerns about additional cost can hold practices back from adopting front-office technology, even though the rewards can more than offset the expense.

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