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(Maria Fabrizio for KHN) Beyond Burnout: Docs Decry ‘Moral Injury’ From Financial Pressures Of Health Care Melissa Bailey, Kaiser Health News February 4, 2020 Dr. Keith Corl was working in a Las Vegas emergency room when a patient arrived with chest pain. The patient, wearing his street clothes, had a two-minute exam in the triage area with a doctor, who ordered an X-ray and several other tests. But later, in the treatment area, when Corl
A review of the best medical apps for primary care Your Second Brain Should Have The Best Apps out There for Primary Care A brief review of the top 25 medical apps for primary care that we like. 1. Epocrates This is the best free app out there, essential to get the right prescription dosage. Includes useful add-ons like Interaction Check and Pill Identifier. Very useful for moments like: “Doc, I need a refill of
Warning: What you are about to read and implement might make your colleagues envious. An extended version of this article was featured in The White Coat Investor: 4 Tips to Increase Your Primary Care Physician Income Do Primary Care The annual physical is falling out of style, at least in adult medicine. But insurance companies pay for preventive care for a reason. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Some doctors sprinkle

6 Lessons to Make the Most Out of Your Dot Phrases

Posted by admin on  December 6, 2019

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Lesson 1. First, let's learn about inline search. It's almost impossible to memorize all the 1,000+ dot phrases available. By using inline search you can look up keywords to easily find them. Inline search: Query keywords to find the exact dot phrase you need to use to document in your progress note.Lesson 2. The main template we recommend you use in your progress note is the “no-touch” dot phrase (everything documented can be gathered from

Setting Up Favorite Orders in your EHR

Posted by admin on  October 19, 2019

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After documentation, the second time-consuming tasks that clinicians dread is putting orders in their EHR. This study shows that it takes an average of 62 clicks to order a Tylenol, and worse, with an error rate of 7%. Having a set of favorite or quick-pick orders is essential to save precious time in the clinic. Like with dot phrases, taking time to organize your preferred orders will save you time with future patient encounters. Favorite

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