Here’s exactly how EHRs burn you out; the drive to cut HIV infections stalls

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Quantifying the EHR connection to burnout

By Gregory Twachtman

New research puts a more standard, quantifiable measure to the relationship between EHR usability and burnout.

Other news:

CDC finds that efforts to reduce new HIV infections have stalled
The agency has proposed a federal initiative to improve diagnosis, treatment, and prevention in areas of greatest need throughout the country.

Cardiac arrests peak with pollution in Japan
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High recurrence, shortening cycle length in bipolar disorder associated with several biomarkers
The results could lead to research aimed at preventive action.

Naturopaths emphasize role of diet in atopic dermatitis
Allopathic and naturopathic providers diverge in opinions on the role of diet in cause and treatment of AD.

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