How Speech Recognition Technology Can Help Providers Achieve the Quadruple Aim

How Speech Recognition Technology Can Help Providers Achieve the Quadruple Aim

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement launched the Triple Aim framework in 2007, setting three goals to optimize health system performance: enhance the patient experience of care, improve population health and reduce the per capita costs of healthcare. Providers have since widely adopted the Triple Aim. Delivering high-quality, cost-effective care is crucial, but it’s become clear that something’s missing from this 15-year-old framework: improving the clinician’s experience. Now, the Triple Aim has evolved into the Quadruple Aim. The new focus is on the well-being of care teams in response to the growing challenge of clinician burnout exacerbated by increasing patient volumes and staffing shortages.


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