We live in a world where an app notifies me if my flight changes times or gates. I can take a photo of a check and deposit it. With two clicks on my watch I can pay for groceries, apparel, and more. Yet, as health care providers, we use electronic health record (EHR) platforms that look, feel, and navigate like something from Windows 95.
For an industry that routinely boasts about technological advancements, it’s embarrassing that we are using EHR tools from a decade ago.
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