Recent research published by the American Medical Association bears out provider complaints about the unnecessary stress related to EMRs and documentation. In 2016, the AMA, along with the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Care System, identified EMRs as a primary pain point for doctors. AMA’s research found that 50 percent of doctors’ work days are consumed with EMR data entry; while only 27 percent of their time is spent on clinical care.
Independent research consistently shows that, before using a Virtual Scribe, a physician will struggle to see more than 20 patients per clinic day, while also completing EMR documentation. However, using a Virtual Scribe, a physician can increase a doctor's patient volume and revenues by up to 20%-40% – and without the need to type or point and click all clinic day, or afterwards, in the EMR.
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