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Abstract In 2017, 43.9% of US physicians reported symptoms of burnout. Poor electronic health record (EHR) usability and time-consuming data entry contribute to burnout. However, less is known about how modifiable dimensions of EHR use relate to burnout and how these associations vary by medical...
Burnout among healthcare providers has been increasingly recognized as a significant problem.1 The National Academy of Medicine has defined burnout as “a syndrome characterized by high emotional exhaustion, high depersonalization (ie, cynicism), and a low sense of personal accomplishment from...
Abstract Background Objective Electronic health records (EHRs) are linked with documentation burden resulting in clinician burnout. While clear classifications and validated measures of burnout exist, documentation burden remains ill-defined and inconsistently measured. We aim to conduct a...
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