Hospital & Healthcare Management April 17, 2024
Content Team HHMGlobal

In a 2023 survey of 1760 healthcare workers, an incredible 91.1% of nurses and 79.9% of all healthcare workers said they experienced high levels of burnout, with 61.0% of nurses also reporting low levels of job satisfaction compared with 38.8% for other healthcare workers.

To say that clinician frustration and burnout are major concerns for healthcare leaders would be an understatement. That is one reason why we are always looking for new ways to help clinicians save time and alleviate frustration.

Our new InterSystems TrakCare Assistant feature streamlines and personalises electronic medical record (EMR) system workflows, helping clinicians speed up EMR interactions, improve productivity and reduce stress. With TrakCare Assistant, clinicians spend less time navigating menus and clicking through screens,...

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