By Joanne Finnegan @ Fierce Healthcare
The Illinois Pain Institute has done what many physicians only dream about doing. The practice, which has multiple locations in four Illinois counties, just ditched its electronic health record (EHR) and went back to paper records. The private practice voted unanimously to take the step back to paper records two years ago and has not regretted it, John Prunskis, M.D., founder and co-director, told Becker’s Hospital Review.
"We felt the level of patient care was not enhanced by an electronic health record. We saw it was inefficient and added nonproductive work to physicians' time,” Prunskis told the publication.
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