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Survey: Patient Interactions with EMR/EHR Use


Some doctors worry that electronic medical records (EMR) software could interfere with their patient interactions. Physicians who have implemented an EMR sometimes complain that "instead of maintaining eye contact with my patient, I now have my nose buried in a computer."

There are many ways to address this challenge. We'd like to know how your EMR software has affected your patient interactions, and what strategies have (or have not) worked for you. Please help us by completing this brief survey.

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David Kassin Fried has been a freelance writer since 2006, specializing in corporate communications, business growth and development, technical documentation and more. In addition to his work as a business writer, David is a published author, a produced screenwriter and playwright, and an accomplished actor.

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