Some of the physician burnout has been attributed to the dysfunctional nature of the physician-EHR interface.
Efforts are now underway by software developers to remedy these shortcomings. It is not impossible, many other industries already have very usable interfaces and GUIs.
Even without major re-design, simple reductions in repetitive keyboard-mouse interactions can achieve a measure of success in time for users.
One aspect is the user id/password sequence which must be completed each time a user logs in. The HIPAA aspect forces a log out whenever the user leaves the workstation, even briefly. The average physician may see 30 to 50 patient encounters/day.