We are slowly but surely seeing a shift away from the standard Windows motif for electronic health records user interfaces. Not all, but many, doctors find using dialog boxes, screen forms, and drop-down navigation menus tedious, time consuming, and counter-intuitive. 

In fact, our primary—yet somewhat anecdotal--research finds that busy primary care doctors tend to have the most issues with EHRs, while doctors who perform high-end procedures are less impacted. 

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