Monday, November 7, 2016

7 in 10 Physicians Say EHRs Reduce Their Productivity

Deloitte Consulting recently released results from their 2016 Survey of US Physicians regarding electronic health records. Here are some key findings from the report:


7 out of 10 physicians think that EHRs reduce their productivity.
78% of physicians believe that EHRs are useful for analytics and reporting.
3 in 4 physicians believe that EHRs increase costs, outweighing any savings.
47% of physicians believe that EHRs improve clinical outcomes vs. 55% in 2014.
3 out of 5 would keep the current EHR system they have and not replace it.
62% want improved interoperability from their EHRs.



Source: Deloitte Consulting, October 2016

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