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A new study from The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine finds that having less information in the physician notes section can increase physician productivity. So reports EHR Intelligence.

Using input from physicians, researchers redesigned the notes to provide physicians with a collapsible note that displays assessment, plan, subjective, and objective. This style provides the most needed information to physicians with the least amount of clutter, preventing 'information overload'.

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