If we want to make EHRs more user-friendly, it’s not enough for clinicians simply to be engaged in the process, says Dr. Lee Milligan. They must be the ones leading the way, from design to training.
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Obtaining useful information from an EHR isn’t supposed to feel like digging for a needle in a haystack. But for many clinicians, that’s precisely what experience has been, says Lee Milligan, which leaves them feeling “unsafe.”