Becker's Healthcare May 16, 2022
Giles Bruce

Physicians who own their practices are more satisfied with their electronic health records than physicians who don’t, an April 21 investigation in JAMA Network Open found.

The researchers looked at 1,368 responses to the 2019 National Electronic Health Records Survey and found that 68.1 percent of respondents in physician-owned practices reported satisfaction with their EHRs compared to 58.5 percent at nonphysician-owned offices.

Physicians with their own practices were more likely to say they had adequate time for documentation and available staff support. The authors said, however, that practice ownership didn’t fully...

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