Survey results on EMR

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Survey results on EMR

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  2. 2. *57 Respondents *From various medical backgrounds (Such as General Practice, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and etc.) *Years of Practice: 5 to 25 years
  3. 3. Nerve racking 13% Annoying 50% Slightly bothersome 23% I can sleep with it 5% Did not experience it 9% Limited Ways to Follow up with Patients Nerve racking 7% Annoying 19% Slightly bothersome 41% I can sleep with it 28% Did not experience it 5% Limited Ways to Connect With Patients Nerve racking 12% Annoying 26% Slightly bothersome 33% I can sleep with it 18% Did not experience it 11% Difficulty in Maintaining Medical Records Nerve racking 16% Annoying 29% Slightly bothersome 39% I can sleep with it 7% Did not experience it 9% Scheduling inefficiencies Nerve racking 21% Annoying 32% Slightly bothersome 23% I can sleep with it 14% Did not experience it 10% Absence of Patients on Arranged Appointments Nerve racking 25% Annoying 44% Slightly bothersome 13% I can sleep with it 11% Did not experience it 7% Revenue does not compensate for time/effort spent Concerns in Clinical Practice
  4. 4. * *71% of the doctors find it difficult to maintain medical records. *66% of them have limited ways to connect with patients. *86% of them have limited ways to follow up with patients. *84% of them experience scheduling inefficiencies. *75% of them consider the absence of patients on arranged appointments to be bothersome. *82% of them feel that revenue earned does not compensate to the effort spent.
  5. 5. * Paper Based Records 60% Electronic Medical System - Client Server Based 35% Electronic Medical System - Cloud Based 3% Others 2%
  6. 6. * Phone 34% Email 10% SMS 10% Face-to-face Consultation 43% Other 3%
  7. 7. * Extremely Satsified 4% Satisfied 23% Neutral 43% Not Satisfied 19% Extremely Not Satsified 11% Only 27% are satisfied
  8. 8. * *Combination of different modes of communications is suggested *Better use of information and database *Better I.D. System for patients on different treatment *The need of electronic system for research purposes *Save more time for doctors
  9. 9. * Very Important 29% Important 41% Necessary 21% Unnecessary 7% Not Applicable 2% 70% say it’s Important 21% say it’s Necessary
  10. 10. * To reduce paperwork 28% To communicate better 20% To increase revenue 7% To see more patients 8% To manage schedule 19% To reduce manpower 15% Other 3%
  11. 11. * Very Good 25% Good 47% Bad 21% Very Bad 0% Not Applicable 7% 72% say it’s a good idea
  12. 12. * Very Good 35% Good 58% Bad 7% Very Bad 0% 93% say it’s a good idea
  13. 13. * Very Interested 26% Interested 46% Not so interested 26% Necessary 0% Unnecessary 2% 72% say they are interested

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