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7 Ways to Maintain Patient Interaction in the Age of the EHR Print E-mail
Written by The Profitable Practice   
Thursday, 31 January 2013 00:00

A common complaint of electronic health record (EHR) software is that it interferes with doctor-patient interactions. Many physicians lament that they can no longer engage fully with patients, instead spending most of their time looking at a computer screen and updating charts.
 
This leaves both doctor and patient frustrated: nobody becomes a doctor because they want to stare at a computer screen all day, and patients want to know that their physician actually cares about them-which means looking at their doctor's eyes, not their back.

Recently we posted an online survey asking doctors how they've maintained the doctor-patient relationship in the digital era. Based on their responses, we've identified the following solutions.

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