More than one-third of nurses blame the EHR for burnout: KLAS report 

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Amongst nurses experiencing burnout, about 37 percent attribute it in some capacity to the EHR or other IT tools affecting their performance and capability to deliver quality care, according to a recent KLAS Research report..

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Amongst the most mentioned elements for burnout were a disorderly workplace (44 percent), too much time invested in bureaucratic tasks (37.6 percent), absence of teamwork (25.6 percent) and lack of shared values with organization management (21.3 percent)..

EHR or other IT tools hurt my efficiency: 3,462 (15.9 percent).
EHR or other IT tools inhibit my ability to deliver quality care: 2,804 (12.8 percent).
Lack of EHR or other IT tools training or proficiency: 1,816 (8.3 percent).

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For its “Nurse Burnout 2020” report, KLAS surveyed 21,831 nurses about contributors to their burnout. Heres how the report individuals said the EHR included to their sensations of burnout:.

Jackie Drees –
Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020
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