Using the EHR to strengthen the patient-physician relationship

Building a successful relationship takes effort and empathy. The partnership between patient and provider is no exception. Our latest insight brief explores a number of ways in which the electronic health record can be used to strengthen this important bond.
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Trust. Compassion. Partnership. Each one is essential in order to build a productive physician-patient relationship. Yet in an age of ever-present technology, when medical problem lists live on monitors and digital documentation is the norm, it can be a challenge to strike the right balance between face time and screen time.  

Luckily, when it comes to EHRs there are several ways providers can take the lead and use this technology to improve the clinical visit. Download IMO’s latest insight brief, Using the EHR to enhance the physician-patient relationship, to learn more.

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