EHR Usability

Selected news for the healthcare topic - EHR Usability, collected since 11/2017. There are 170 items in the archive. This healthcare topic shares news with Physician Burnout, American Medical Association, Clinician Burnout, Electronic Health Records and dozens of others.

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1/18/2022 New Research by SOLVE Research Shares Insights on EHR Usability newswire.com SALT LAKE CITY, A new report by SOLVE Research shares insights from in-depth conversations and surveys with clinicians about EHR usability. Some clinicians report that they "have seen an increase in usability over the last few years." But others say that usability "is the one thing that EHR vendors have not paid enough attention to."The report compares the usability of Allscripts Sunrise, Cerner Millennium, Epic EpicCare, and Meditech ...
10/19/2021 Examining the link between EHR usability and clinician burnout Healthcare IT News HIMSS21 Examining the link between EHR usability and clinician burnout AR Consultants Director Dr. Barry Newman discusses what's gone wrong with EHRs and how to get them back on the right course. Want to get more stories like this one? Get daily news updates from Healthcare IT News. Your subscription has been saved. Something went wrong. Please try again. Top Story News Asia Pacific Edition – twice-monthly News Europe ...
10/12/2021 How Cerner's new CEO Dr. David Feinberg plans to take EHRs to full potential: 5 insights Becker's Hospital Review As part of his strategy for leading Cerner, David Feinberg, MD, is focused on improving EHR usability and interoperability, he said during the Kansas City, Mo.-based EHR company's virtual event Oct. 12. Dr. Feinberg officially took the helm of Cerner Oct. 1, bringing more than 25 years of healthcare experience to the role. Prior to Cerner, Dr. Feinberg's leadership positions included serving as vice president of Google Health, CEO ...
9/28/2021 Enhanced EHR Usability Starts With Understanding Users’ Needs and Challenges ehrablog.org ... in EHR design, it results in increased cognitive load, emotional distress, and unfulfilling workplace environments . And a study from Mayo Clinic and the American Medical Association (AMA) and published in Mayo Clinical Proceedings, gave EHR usability a grade of F 30836-5/fulltext) , which is “markedly lower” than for most other technologies. Researchers further noted a strong relationship between usability and risk for physician burnout. These usability challenges exist despite ...
5/13/2021 Best Practices to Mitigate EHR Clinical Decision Alert Fatigue EHR Intelligence ... to limit alert quantity and improve alert quality to boost clinician satisfaction. Optimizing or Eradicating Low-Value AlertsClinician burnout and EHR fatigue caused by alerts have been an issue for clinicians struggling with EHR usability overload. READ MORE: The Pros and Cons of EHR Clinical Decision Support AlertsAlthough EHR alerts can offer providers practical suggestions and updates, EHR alert fatigue has been an issue for clinicians already struggling ...
5/12/2021 Nursing execs dish on the digital health tools they've found most useful during the pandemic Healthcare IT News ... Blend Images LLC/Getty ImagesIn a recent study, researchers associated more favorable electronic health record usability scores with lower odds of burnout among nurses.Unfortunately, that study also found that nurses scored their EHR usability at an F – which seems to bode ill for workplace satisfaction in an already stressful environment.Still, it's not all bad news: Nursing executives from hospitals around the country told Healthcare IT News ...
4/28/2021 Study shows link between EHR usability and nurse burnout, surgical patient outcomes news-medical.net Research suggests that Ginkgo biloba extract contains naturally occurring inhibitors against SARS-CoV-2A new study from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing's Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research (CHOPR) has investigated associations between EHR usability and nurse job outcomes (burnout, job dissatisfaction, and intention to leave) and surgical patient outcomes (inpatient mortality and 30-day readmission).The study found that employing EHR systems with suboptimal usability ...
4/28/2021 Poor EHR usability linked to nurse burnout, patient mortality and readmission: study Becker's Hospital Review Poor EHR usability linked to nurse burnout, patient mortality and readmission: study Jackie Drees - Print EmailEHR usability issues are being associated with nurse burnout, which can lead to higher rates of surgical patient mortality and readmissions, according to a recent study published in the journal Medical Care .For the study, a team of University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing researchers analyzed data on 343 hospitals, 1.2 million surgical patients ...
4/27/2021 EHR usability issues linked to nurse burnout and patient outcomes medicalxpress.com ... decision-making, care planning, patient surveillance, medication ordering and administration, and communication with other health care team members. While data show that EHR technology usability can put added burden on clinicians, the relationships between EHR usability and the job outcomes of hospital staff nurses and surgical patient outcomes have not been explored.A new study from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing's Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research ...
4/27/2021 EHR usability issues linked to nurse burnout and patient outcomes eurekalert.org ... decision-making, care planning, patient surveillance, medication ordering and administration, and communication with other health care team members. While data show that EHR technology usability can put added burden on clinicians, the relationships between EHR usability and the job outcomes of hospital staff nurses and surgical patient outcomes have not been explored.A new study from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing's Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research ...
4/27/2021 EHR usability issues linked to nurse burnout and patient outcomes sciencecodex.com Home EHR usability issues linked to nurse burnout and patient outcomesPHILADELPHIA (April 27, 2021) - Nurses and other clinicians rely heavily upon the electronic health record (EHR) to provide patient care. This includes clinical decision-making, care planning, patient surveillance, medication ordering and administration, and communication with other health care team members. While data show that EHR technology usability can put added burden on clinicians, the relationships between EHR usability ...
4/23/2021 Peloton Tread+ comes under fire; EHR usability gets failing grade Healthcare IT News Quality and Safety Peloton Tread+ comes under fire; EHR usability gets failing grade This week's top stories include a consumer safety group warning parents to stop using Peloton Tread+ after reports of child injuries and death, nurses giving EHR usability an "F" and HHS vowing to tackle racism as a serious public health threat ...
4/22/2021 Nurses Give EHR Usability a Failing Grade, Report Burnout EHR Intelligence Nurses Give EHR Usability a Failing Grade, Report Burnout Almost half of the nurses experienced burnout, which healthcare professionals connect to low EHR usability. Aligned with their physician counterparts, nurses graded EHR usability an “F,” and respondents also revealed a high level of burnout, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA).Clinician burnout is commonly associated with the usability, emergence, and ...
4/20/2021 Nurses give EHR usability an 'F' in new study Healthcare IT News Nurses give EHR usability an 'F' in new study The report also finds that poor electronic health record user-experience is associated with nurse burnout. 02:07 PM (Photo by FG Trade/Getty Images)A study published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association found that more favorable electronic health record usability scores are associated with lower odds of burnout – and those usability scores have tanked ...
4/20/2021 Using Team-Based Approaches to EHR Usability, EHR Optimization EHR Intelligence Using Team-Based Approaches to EHR Usability, EHR Optimization Sixty-one percent of clinician respondents said the EHR SWAT team initiative improved EHR usability. A multidisciplinary team focused on EHR optimization is effective at improving EHR usability and ultimately mitigating clinician burnout, according to a Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) Open case report.It is common for clinicians and health IT experts to emphasize EHR vendor and ...
4/13/2021 How to Enhance EHR Use Measures to Mitigate Clinician Burnout EHR Intelligence ... EHR use and performance, op-ed authors Christine Sinsky from the AMA, and Harlan Krumholz and Edward Melnick, both from Yale, wrote.Extended EHR use, documentation, excessive EHR inbox messages and notifications, and other EHR usability issues can result in clinician burnout. According to a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA), ambulatory physicians spend more than five hours on the EHR for every ...
4/8/2021 Ambulatory Docs Spend 5-Plus Hours on EHR Use Per Day EHR Intelligence ... the EHR than their male counterparts. Medical specialty and the number of practicing clinical hours are also associated with EHR use time.Extended EHR use, documentation, excessive EHR inbox messages and notifications, and other EHR usability issues can result in clinician burnout. Dig Deeper 6 EHR Usability Pitfalls, Challenges Leading to Clinician BurnoutAnd according to an assessment of both Epic Systems and Cerner EHR users, that extended EHR use ...
3/23/2021 Clinician EHR Workload, Cognitive Efforts Double After EHR Adoption EHR Intelligence ... six months of EHR adoption, according to a study published in Applied Ergonomics .Clinicians also experienced increased EHR workload over 2.5 years following EHR implementation.This adds to the evidence showing a connection between EHR usability and clinician burnout. EHR usability issues typically increase cognitive load and errors, leading to patient safety issues. An increase in cognitive load adds to EHR use, which then leads to clinician burnout. Dig Deeper ...
10/22/2020 Best EHR Safety Practices, Proposals for Accreditation Program EHR Intelligence ... program. Source: Getty ImagesByOctober 22, 2020 - The Pew Charitable Trusts, MedStar Health, and the University of Utah School of Medicine have urged The Joint Commission, the largest hospital accreditor, to help boost EHR usability and safety by requiring hospitals to conduct EHR safety reviews and improving health IT error reporting.“The use of EHRs introduces dual opportunities to enhance safety and contribute to patient harm,” wrote Ben Moscovitch ...
10/20/2020 How an EHR Documentation Assistant Helped Mitigate Clinician Burnout EHR Intelligence ... Medical School of Rowan University.Prior to COVID-19, Patel spent hours outside of work handwriting her clinical notes, which can ultimately lead to clinician burnout.Clinician burnout is a common issue tied with EHR usability, EHR emergence, and EHR prevalence. Poor EHR usability leads to high levels of physician attrition, depression, dissatisfaction, and burnout. The pressures of EHR use and documentation led Patel to carve out a strict weekly ...