Digital assistant ‘Suki’ dramatically reduces time spent on EHR

The maintenance of electronic health records is arguably one of the biggest administrative burdens that physicians face and is often cited as a source of burnout.
“Primary care physicians spend a tremendous amount of time in the EHR every day, including nights and weekends,” Brian G. Arndt, MD, an associate professor in the department of family medicine and community health at the University of Wisconsin, previously told Healio Primary Care.
Arndt co-authored a study in Annals of Family Medicine that concluded PCPs spend more than half their workday on EHRs.
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