Sunday, September 11, 2016

"If medical school curricula were based on what a recent study says many doctors actually do with their time, more than half of medical school would be on how to do paperwork."

"Medical school admissions essays would be on 'why I really want to do paperwork when I grow up.' Required classes would be 'Introduction to Filling Out Forms' and 'Advanced Form-filling.' Indeed, a recently published study in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that for every hour physicians were seeing patients, they were spending nearly two additional hours on paperwork."

Dr. Bruce Lee explains the problem. 

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