Nurses are being left behind when it comes to planning and implementing electronic health records. That’s a core finding in the third quarter 2014 Black Book EHR Loyalty survey being published later this month.

The survey of nearly 14,000 U.S. nurses found that 98 percent of licensed RNs say that they have never been included in hospital technology decisions or design. And, within for-profit hospital facilities, just 15 percent of the surveyed nurse respondents believe their IT department that supports the EHR is knowledgeable and receptive to nurses’ suggestions in improving electronic documentation.

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