Too many administrative burdens, government interventions and frustrations with electronic health records systems are lowering physicians’ optimism about their ability to deliver quality care and remain profitable, according to a new survey.
The third annual Physician Sentiment Index, from online physician community vendor Sermo and physician software and billing firm athenahealth, is based on a survey of 500 physicians across a range of practice sizes and specialties. Some of the results include:
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