Fix inbox overload to make your private practice run more smoothly
The physician shouldn’t be the first one to tackle an unfiltered mass of messages that often could be better and more quickly handled by staff members.
AMA announces policies adopted during Interim Meeting
New policies touch on EHRs and public health surveillance, as well as training program closures.
AMA adopts new policies during first day of voting at Interim Meeting
AMA adopts policies on conversion therapy ban, transgender inclusive EHRs, and racial pay equity in medicine.
AMA president speaks to delegates at Interim Meeting
AMA President Patrice A. Harris, M.D., detailed AMA’s ongoing efforts to reinforce science and evidence-based approaches to remove barriers to patient care.
New research links hard-to-use EHRs and physician burnout
EHRs get failing grade from physician users in study that finds a “strong, dose-response relationship” between EHR usability and doctor burnout.
New research intensifies AMA’s call for improved EHR usability
Correlation found between poor EHR usability and physician burnout.
E/M prep: Get your coding, EHR systems ready for 2021
New office-visit coding criteria are designed to be intuitive but implementing them requires practices to incorporate some change-management strategies and perhaps some outside advice.