Topic: Physician Engagement
A new report suggests accuracy and integration are keys to getting physicians to adopt speech-recognition software to interact with EHRs.
Call me doctor, not “provider,” says Jennifer Weiss, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon.
Epic and Nuance Communications hope voice assistance technology in EHRs is an answer to reducing the documentation burden for doctors.
As Adventist Health System embarked on a rebrand aimed to highlight its mission, it also launched a new training program to promote a culture change.
More than salary, the next generation of doctors say they are looking for work-life balance when they choose their first job as a physician.
The Food and Drug Administration gave the generic version of the Epipen its OK, plus more healthcare headlines.
According to a GAO report, an IHS provider shortage is hurting American Indian and Alaska Native patients who rely on them.
When physicians get the right alert in an electronic health record—and follow it—it could result in fewer complications and lower costs among patients.
Stanford Medicine hired Tait Shanafelt, M.D., as chief wellness officer last year, not so much for the well-being of the patients—but of the physicians.
Here’s a surprising statistic: Compared to two years ago, fewer doctors feel overworked and fewer are considering leaving the profession early.