Tag Archives: JAMA

Study: Physician Turnover Linked to Higher EHR Proficiency

Several studies have linked physician burnout with excessive electronic health record (EHR) use. A new study shows that, counterintuitively, a physician’s EHR proficiency may also lead to turnover. Why is this, and what can office managers do to help prevent it?

Study: Online Scheduling May Increase Both Access & Disparities

A new study reveals social disparities among patient utilization of direct scheduling, which has been proven to improve continuity of care. How can independent physicians encourage patient enrollment in their patient portal and other online capabilities?

The Rundown | Week of 8.19.2019

“Note bloat” or workplace chaos, which is more likely to cause burnout? How does social media affect boys and girls differently? What is CMS’ new rating system? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 5.13.2019

Will listing drug prices rein in costs? Is meditation harmful? How does President Trump plan to combat surprise billing? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 3.18.2019

What can Congress do to end surprise billing? Do eggs raise mortality risk? Why are physician-led ACOs leaving Medicare shared savings? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 3.11.2019

Is diet linked to dementia risk? What changes were made to healthcare in President Trump’s budget proposal? Why are pharmacy benefit managers testifying before the Senate? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 12.10.2018

Can flu shots decrease one’s risk of heart failure? What information do patients withhold from their provider? How are the VA and Walmart partnering to advance telehealth? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown, our weekly digest of healthcare’s most important issues!



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