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2016 Technology Survey Results

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

We surveyed 1,568 physicians, advanced practice providers, and practice administrators across the country for the 2016 Physicians Practice Technology Survey. The results revealed that while medical practices have widely adopted EHRs, they are still struggling to adapt that technology to practice work flows and maintain productivity.Nineteen percent of respondents said they saw a drop in productivity due to EHR use; 12.9 percent said there was a lack of interoperability between EHRs; and 46.1 percent said their practice was seeing fewer patients per day because of EHR usage. To download a PDF of the 2016 Technology Survey, click here.

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