Q&A: Electronic health records bring ‘extraordinary opportunities’ for care

Satisfaction and support for electronic health records were significantly higher among physicians working in physician-owned practices than those in non-physician-owned practices, according to findings published in JAMA Network Open.
In a related commentary, Richard J. Baron, MD, the president and CEO of the ABIM, called the findings “both provocative and tantalizing.”
“It is provocative because it finds meaningful and important differences between EHR satisfaction reported by physicians working in physician-owned practices compared with those working in non–physician-owned

Satisfaction and support for electronic health records were significantly higher among physicians working in physician-owned practices than those in non-physician-owned practices, according to findings published in JAMA Network Open.
In a related commentary, Richard J. Baron, MD, the president and CEO of the ABIM, called the findings “both provocative and tantalizing.”
“It is provocative because it finds meaningful and important differences between EHR satisfaction reported by physicians working in physician-owned practices compared with those working in non–physician-owned