Artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are helpful in medicine by allowing healthcare professionals to focus more on patient care rather than just paperwork and administrative functions. Using AI- automation, standard, and high-value administrative services (including the revenue cycle, supply chain, and patient scheduling) can rapidly increase as AI can automate components of these functions. This, in turn, helps in driving significantly enhanced financial outcomes to provider organizations.
AI and automation use in the exam room due to which everything has become voice-enabled. Patients are talking about their health conditions, and doctors are spending most of their time focusing on their patients rather than entering data into machines.
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AI is not the future but the present, according to Patient Safety Virtual 2021 speaker Dr Samer Ellahham - and it is here to provide support to caregivers.
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Attend this webinar to learn how a unique blend of AI, automation, and evidence-based criteria can help transform utilization and case management into an efficient, proactive, and defensible program that improves clinical and financial outcomes. Walkthrough patient scenarios to understand where, when, and how AI and automation can be leveraged to support the foundational application of clinical expertise and defensible evidence-based medical necessity criteria.
Join health care leaders in the industry’s premier AI digital event during Transform 2021. Transform gathers thought and action leaders from Life Sciences, Pharma, Providers, and Insurers for highly informative sessions, focused roundtables, and unbeatable networking opportunities.
For years, nursing leaders have looked to acuity-based staffing as the solution to their staffing issues. While acuity can be a determinant in how staff is distributed, there are many other variables that need to be considered when developing an effective staffing plan each day. Variables such as critical ratio variances, unit workload, planned discharges, predicted census, staff availability and constraints all play major roles in staffing decisions. As patient care needs are fluid and vary among hospitals, nursing units, and shifts, an enterprise-focused staffing approach is essential to effectively meet patients' ever-changing needs. This is where intelligent automation can help.
AI has impacted most areas of banking and is increasingly being built into crucial processes. Digital and mobile innovations, marketing, talent management, lending, payments, and the contact center are just a few of the sectors experiencing transformations. DIGITAL BANKING: AI & Automation will deliver critical insights about the business value of disruptive tech, including how it can enhance customer experiences and streamline processes, while also examining the challenges that come with innovation all in a single day.
Now available in public preview, the offerings are designed to help organizations and individuals pull clinically-relevant insights from large volumes of free text housed in medical records.
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