I recently finished internal medicine training and moved to rural area to start my first job as a hospitalist. Although I like the patient population and the people I'm working with I feel like I feel like the hospital is ancient compared to what I Trained in. The EMR they uses Is all scripts/ sunrise/ apollo and it is terrible compared to epic, which is what I used. I was expecting a initial period of getting used to things because every hospital has a different way of doing things, i'm getting frustrated with my lack of skills navigating the EMR. The problem is the response time of the EMR is extremely slow, after a single mouse click it takes about three seconds for the EMR to respond. You can imagine that this adds up while you are when you are doing things like med rec or simply navigating the notes of consultants. Can someone give me some words of wisdom or pearls.. I know getting to know the consultants and the hospital staff will come with time, but the EMR is not going to change. If you have used inpatient Apollo/all scripts can you tell me if you were able to get efficient at it?