Over the years, Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) have helped physicians improve treatment and care for patients and provide facilities with the opportunity to better monitor patient care.
However, while EMRs may ultimately improve clinical outcomes for patients, current use of EMRs has come at a cost: increased physician burnout.
This is due to a number of factors, including longer work hours, micromanagement and lack of decision making abilities, and depersonalization and decreased emotional response to patients.
Luckily, locum tenens can help combat EMR burnout. To see how you can help your physicians avoid EMR burnout by using locum tenens, read more at NALTO.