Physicians are spending more of their time struggling with burdensome electronic health records than they are providing direct patient care. And, in the process, doctor job dissatisfaction and professional burnout is growing.

Those are among the finding of a new study funded by the American Medical Association in which researchers observed 57 U.S. physicians in four states to quantify how their time was spent in ambulatory practice.

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