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Study: Digital tools lead to patient dissatisfaction
Modern Physician

The pull-down menus, alerts and point-of-care information contained in computerized clinical decision-support systems can distract physicians from their face-to-face encounters and leave patients feeling ignored and dissatisfied with their care. That’s the conclusion of a study from the University of Missouri at Columbia, which assessed patients’ perceptions of physicians who use digital diagnostic tools.

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