AMA Awards Funds to Nine Healthcare Organizations to Study EHRs

AMA Awards Funds to Nine Healthcare Organizations to Study EHRs

Nine healthcare organisations have received $590,000 from the American Medical Association (AMA) to examine how EHR data and technology may more effectively address healthcare concerns. The monies were provided through the AMA's Electronic Health Record Use Research Grant Programme, which sponsors studies into how EHRs might "prevent clinician burnout and turnover, enhance high-quality patient care, and improve workflows, teamwork, and resource allocation at the practice level."

The programme, according to Christine Sinsky, M.D., vice president of the American Medical Association for Professional Satisfaction, enables the AMA to "work with researchers who are leading efforts to expand insight into EHR systems and measure the technologies' capacity to support or undermine the delivery of efficient and effective clinical work." 




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