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The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology is trying to address some of the issues relating to physician electronic health record burden, including legal requirements and federal policies.

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Usability challenges continue to affect health information technology (HIT), according to a viewpoint article by Raj M. Ratwani, PhD, of the MedStar Health National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare, Georgetown University School of Medicine, in Washington, DC, and colleagues, published in JAMA. Most US hospitals and ambulatory clinicians have adopted electronic health records (EHR),…

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Interim results showed that key facilitators of adoption include availability of additional resources and training, access to accurate data, positive impact on quality of care, and evidence base for the digital health solution.

I. Remote Patient Monitoring (Telemonitoring) for Heart Failure: What every physician needs to know. Heart failure is common and its prevalence is increasing. It often causes troublesome symptoms, which may be persistent or recurrent, limit exercise capacity, and impair well-being and quality of life. Patients who have severe or worsening symptoms are at high risk…

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Physicians from the United States and other high-income countries report difficulties with care coordination, with a substantial proportion of US physicians not receiving timely notification or the information needed from specialists or other sites of care.

OVERVIEW: What every practitioner needs to know. How can you be sure your patient has an inborn error of metabolism? What are the typical findings for this disease? Background: Traditional newborn screening and expanded newborn screening for rare inborn errors of metabolism Traditional newborn screening (before screening via tandem mass spectroscopy [MS/MS]) includes the following…

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