How COVID-19 drove the need to make physicians’ lives easier

Electronic health record burnout is a global issue that, like everything else in healthcare, has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The fundamental flaw for physicians from EHRs is not so much the death by 1,000 clicks that has been widely reported, but that EHRs were not built to help them perform better, according to Dr. Gidi Stein, CEO and cofounder of MedAware, based in Israel.  "It was physicians feeding the beast," Stein said.

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