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In One ER, EHR Takes 44% Of Doctors' Time

In One ER, EHR Takes 44% Of Doctors' Time | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
Small-scale study in Pennsylvania ER found physicians spend more time inputting data in their EHR than taking care of patients.

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As in the UK, GP time balance is incorrect, doctors need greater quality time infront of patients

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American physicians spent 44% of their time entering data in their Emergency Health Records,  28% of their time in direct patient care, 12% reviewing test results and records, 13% in discussion with colleagues, and 3% on other activities.

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Your Doctor Is Likely Unhappy: Do You Know Why? - Forbes

Your Doctor Is Likely Unhappy: Do You Know Why? - Forbes | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
Your Doctor Is Likely Unhappy: Do You Know Why?
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How 'paperwork' and box ticking is demotivating the people we need to cure us. The parallels between the UK and US experience are extraordinary.

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6 Habits To Help You Ride The (Inevitable) Waves Of Work Stress

6 Habits To Help You Ride The (Inevitable) Waves Of Work Stress | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
Working really hard inevitably means stress. But it shouldn't go unaddressed. Instead use these six habits to help manage it.

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Express Scripts study: Anxiety medication use higher among caregivers | Drug Store News

According to a new report released today by Express Scripts, the stress associated with providing unpaid care for a sick or disabled adult can create additional detrimental effects on the caregiver's health, leading to a 29% greater use of anti-anxiety medications compared to non-caregivers.


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At-Home Medical Products: What Consumers Look for and Need - Medgadget.com

At-Home Medical Products: What Consumers Look for and Need - Medgadget.com | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
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At-Home Medical Products: What Consumers Look for and Need
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Patients of all ages — and those with a wide range of medical issues — have a wealth of information available to them at all times.
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Chris Brown question: Can emotional stress cause seizures? - The Grio

Chris Brown question: Can emotional stress cause seizures? - The Grio | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
Chris Brown question: Can emotional stress cause seizures?
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Relationships and Stress | Elizabeth Grace Saunders - Huffington Post

Relationships and Stress | Elizabeth Grace Saunders - Huffington Post | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
In some ways, the movies are right. Your relationships with people who matter to you make the best plot lines. Make sure they're part of your life story.
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Without scribes, physician burnout can threaten patients | Elite ...

Without scribes, physician burnout can threaten patients | Elite ... | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
In many professions, burnout can hurt worker productivity and threaten the bottom line. For doctors working in busy hospitals, however, burnout can also threaten the safety of patients.
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High rates of burnout and depression among anesthesia residents ...

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High rates of burnout and depression among anesthesia residents -Mental health and Psychiatry news-
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In One ER, EHR Takes 44% Of Doctors' Time

In One ER, EHR Takes 44% Of Doctors' Time | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
Small-scale study in Pennsylvania ER found physicians spend more time inputting data in their EHR than taking care of patients.

Via Thomas Faltin
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American physicians spent 44% of their time entering data in their Emergency Health Records,  28% of their time in direct patient care, 12% reviewing test results and records, 13% in discussion with colleagues, and 3% on other activities.

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Kevin Chamberlain's curator insight, December 17, 2013 9:56 AM

As in the UK, GP time balance is incorrect, doctors need greater quality time infront of patients

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NHS faces unexpected £500m cuts, say hospitals

NHS faces unexpected £500m cuts, say hospitals | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
Hospital trusts say frontline services are threatened by cuts on top of anticipated £1bn fall in funding

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25 Things You Can Do To Reduce Stress

25 Things You Can Do To Reduce Stress | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
Life can be quite the stress-inducing affair. At work you have to deal with people you don’t really like and see things you don’t really want to see. Then there’s traffic, bills, news, and the list just goes on.

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Mediterranean diet counteracts a genetic risk of stroke, study reports

Mediterranean diet counteracts a genetic risk of stroke, study reports | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
A gene variant strongly associated with development of type 2 diabetes appears to interact with a Mediterranean diet pattern to prevent stroke, report researchers from the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (USDA HNRCA) at...
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Home Life Stresses Working Moms More Than Dads - Yahoo! News

Home Life Stresses Working Moms More Than Dads
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How chronic stress puts your health at risk - ABC15.com (KNXV-TV)

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How chronic stress puts your health at risk
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Your body is hard-wired to react to stress in ways meant to protect you against threats from predators and other aggressors.
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Rat Study Adds Antidepressants to Stress, Diet in Weight Gain ...

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Lab research on male rats has shown that short-term use of antidepressants, combined with stress and a high-fat diet, is associated with long-term increases in.
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Medical Staff Development | Physician Productivity

Medical Staff Development | Physician Productivity | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
Employed physicians challenged by mental health issues are jeopardizing many hospitals' efforts to improve quality, outcomes and working relationships with nurses and others on the care team.
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Strategies to Help Remove Stress From Your Work Schedule - PsychCentral.com (blog)

Strategies to Help Remove Stress From Your Work Schedule - PsychCentral.com (blog) | Stress and Burnout in Doctors | Scoop.it
Strategies to Help Remove Stress From Your Work Schedule PsychCentral.com (blog) Strategies to Help Remove Stress From Your Work Schedule If you can define the schedule of your workday or week even a little, yet constantly feel constrained by time,...
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