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How much time does EHR work take up for primary care doctors?

Among the common tasks for doctors these days are those related to keeping electronic health records (EHRs). These tasks can take up a fair amount of a doctor’s time. Just how much time? A recent study suggests that it is typical for primary care physicians to use almost half of their work day on EHR-related matters.

Study names Wisconsin top place to work for nurses

Many things can have major impacts on the life and career of a nurse. Among these are nursing license issues. When issues come up that could negatively impact a nurse’s license status, it can give rise to a lot of worries and anxiety for a nurse. Health lawyers understand how much a nurse’s career and life as they know it can depend on their license status. They can advise nurses here in Wisconsin on what they can do to defend their license when matters arise that could put their license in danger, such as disciplinary matters.

Survey: Many nurses feel overworked, considering leaving the field

The nursing shortage that the U.S. is currently experiencing has the potential to impact a great many people. This includes the nurses that are out there working in the field. For one, the shortage could lead to these individuals facing particularly big workloads. Unreasonably big workloads could lead to nurses feeling burned out or overworked.

Communication challenges when it comes to pain treatment

Good doctor-patient communication is important in all manner of situations. This includes in the treatment of pain. Communication break-downs during the course of such treatment could result in situations that create significant problems for both doctors and patients. For doctors, it could lead to facing allegations that they didn’t act properly in relation to patient care.

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