GenAI for documentation helps Lee Health physicians add an extra patient per day

GenAI for documentation helps Lee Health physicians add an extra patient per day

Nearly 75% of its clinicians now spend less time working outside of work hours, which has improved provider satisfaction. There's also been a reduction in documentation errors.


"It is challenging to put into the chart exactly what will convey the feeling the patient is experiencing," Carracino explained. "While I was in practice, I would buy a very nice fountain pen to entice myself to spend additional time charting, convincing myself I'd enjoy charting more with this addition.

"Medical doctors appreciate the time spent serving and supporting each patient individually," he continued. "Charting is time-consuming, which takes away from the limited office time a physician has with patients. The process affects the quality of patient-physician interactions, as well. Note-taking, often with a computer, can feel distracting and intrusive for both the physician and the patient."

Though the process is at times burdensome, clinical documentation is a vital part of the role of a practicing physician. It is the record keeping of the patient experience. The information and summary offered, accessible to the patient as well, supports the improved health and wellness of each individual.

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