Thirty-seven percent of health care provider survey respondents said the implementation of new health IT systems can be frustrating because it requires the memorization of additional passwords, according to a survey by CDW Healthcare.
Meanwhile, 31% of respondents said that new health IT systems can be frustrating because they make work processes take longer.
In addition, 25% of surveyed clinicians said they experience frustration with new health IT systems that lack user-friendly interfaces, and 25% said they experience frustration because they feel that they cannot keep up with the changing health IT system.
The report is based on a January survey of 202 physicians, nurses and other caregivers working at hospitals with at least 200 beds.
Source: CDW Healthcare, "The Healthcare IT Tipping Point"