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Physician Survey Reveals "Unhealthy" State of Small Medical Practices Nationwide

practice fusion TM SURVEY: STATE OF SMALL PRACTICES IN THE US Free, web-based Electronic Health Records visit us online at Patient Name Dr. Small Medical Practice JAN 11 Patient vital signs 69% of doctors are happy with their job 6. 8. 10 41% say their practice is doing worse this year Chief complaints Doctors want more patients. They also 131% Practice management costs/administrative burdens want them 26% Insurance reimbursement delays & payments to be less difficult. 11% Patient volume & satisfaction Medical history Patient's habits 73% use computers 3+ years old 85% of doctors are in groups under 6 9/10 doctors correctly define "EHR" 59% say new technology has made things easier The positive trends doctors see impacting their practice Assessment and plan Increase services & advancements in medicine The biggest negative pressure on doctors is the cost of running a practice More patients, more satisfied I High-quality healthcare professionals Improvements in overall efficiency & healthcare technology Improved income & reimbursement I Better job conditions & opportunities I Electronic Health Records (EHR) 22% 19% 15% 11% 10% 7% 7% PRESCRIPTION For instructional use only Sign-up for a free, web-based EHR. Apply to medical practice when needed

Physician Survey Reveals "Unhealthy" State of Small Medical Practices Nationwide

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Practice Fusion's 2011 State of the Small Practice survey and infographic reveals 41 percent of private practices are doing worse than last year; optimism around job satisfaction and new technology.


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