by: Sarah Joson
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 | Outsourcing News |
Survey participants said when it comes to the search functionality of EHRs, results are usually inaccurate and systems are slow. The study also found that this issue is caused by poor EHR usability and lack of user training and information about EHR.
When EHR clients have a hard time finding and reviewing data, they lose productivity not only in the clinical segment but also with end-users, making it risky for patients.
Since most EHRs are still working on improving their status and capabilities, this is anticipated to increase competition and encourage software developers to improve usability, and for service providers to enhance their capacities.
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