Physicians find their lack of time with patients to be a major challenge, and several barriers remain to adoption of health information technology, according to a new Wolters Kluwer survey. The survey also found many doctors haven't seen an increase in efficiency or quality of care during the past two years.
Health care content publisher Wolters Kluwer Health commissioned the survey of 300 physicians--half primary care and half specialists--which research firm Ipsos conducted. Some of the findings:
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