Clinicians:  how many times per day do you workaround a security issue with the computers you use to do your job?  Whether it's ignoring a prompt that calls for a password, using a generic group login rather than your own, or canceling a message that tells you there's a "stack overflow" (or similar error), we all push through the friction in hospital computer systems to get work done...but should we?  Better yet, are all of the tools of user design being employed to promote a better, more secure, functional experience for physician EMR users?