Posts Categorized: Physician Practices

How to Decrease Doctor’s Dislike for Their Computers

A recent article by Dr. Jay Anders discusses his thoughts on how to reduce the hatred that doctors feel towards their computers.  Physicians are spending too much time with their EHR, and not enough time with patients, and this is frustrating.  We need to take steps in the right direction to decrease the frustration that doctors feel…


Don’t Let Screens Come Between You & Your Patients

The doctor-patient relationship used to be a sacred one. A patient entered the exam room, and the sole focus of the physician was on diagnosing and treating that person. They made eye-contact, asked questions, and worked to solve whatever medical problems the patient was facing. These days, that relationship has been sabotaged by a tool…


4 Reasons Why Turning Doctors into Coders Is Detrimental for Your Practice

For many practices, it is tempting to push the coding work back onto the physicians. For some, the motivation is to ensure compliance. It makes sense; the physician is the only one in the exam room, and they are the ones whose name the claim is billed under. For others, their workflow decisions are driven…


Experiencing Physician Burnout? Here are 4 Ways to Lighten Your Load

Burnout is becoming a widespread epidemic among practicing physicians. This unfortunate phenomenon is largely caused by the increase of administrative duties now demanding physician attention. With the implementation of EHR systems that were designed without considering the needs of doctors, face to face patient time is matched or even overridden by screen time, just trying to click…