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    EHR survey: Urologists’ usage, satisfaction revealed

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    Robert A. Dowling, MDRobert A. Dowling, MDMedical Economics recently published the results of its fifth annual EHR Report (bit.ly/MedEcEHR2017), a survey that this year included urologists among its respondents. The questions put to readers addressed a wide range of issues, including physician and staff satisfaction, EHR functions, and EHRs’ impact on the delivery of patient care. While the survey has some limitations and may or may not be generalizable to a larger group of physicians, it does provide a perspective on a range of opinions—including those of urologists.

    In this column, I highlight the responses of urologists and where urologists seem to differ significantly from the other specialists surveyed.

    Robert A. Dowling, MD
    Dr. Dowling is president of Dowling Medical Director Services, a private health care consulting firm specializing in quality ...

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