Twenty-five years ago, when I entered medical school, clinical notes were written in paper charts that were filed numerically on shelves. We didn’t have the electronic medical record (EMR), and burnout wasn’t on the radar. In the past few years, this has changed. Burnout rates among medical providers have increased dramatically as professional fulfillment has decreased. We have the burden of EMRs weighing us down with excessive nonclinical work. We are ...

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