How clinicians can combat burnout by filtering through the “noise” of information overload
Dr. Robert L. Murry, the Chief Medical Officer at NextGen Healthcare, an award-winning provider of innovative cloud-based healthcare technology solutions for over 100,000 ambulatory providers joins eHealth Radio and the Health Care and Technology Channels. Dr. Murry is also a board-certified practicing family physician.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Robert L. Murry discuss the following:
Describe what doctors are facing today in terms of information overload and this concept of “overtech.”
How did this come about and what approaches have been attempted to correct it?
What is your advice to those trying to combat this overload and ‘turn down the noise’?
How can technology be harnessed in a useful way?
As patients, what can we all do to get the best healthcare outcomes?
Dr. Robert (Bob) Murry joined NextGen Healthcare in July 2012 and was appointed chief medical officer in December 2021. He brings to this position more than 20 years of extensive clinical experience and background in health IT.
Previously, Dr. Murry served as the company’s Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) since May 2017. During his time as CMIO, he was the "Voice-of-the-Physician" across specialties, product safety, and government/regulatory affairs. Before becoming CMIO, he was the company's vice president of Clinical Product Management, responsible for clinical oversight and workflow design.
Previously, Dr. Murry served as Medical Director for Ambulatory Informatics and CMIO for Hunterdon Medical Center, where he continues to practice family medicine at Hunterdon Family Medicine at Delaware Valley.
He is board certified in Clinical Informatics by the American Board of Preventive Medicine and board certified in Family Medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine. He is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Murry holds an MD from The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas; a PhD in Physical Chemistry from Boston College; and an MA in Physical Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.