With dwindling provider availability and a growing patient population, practices and clinicians find themselves bogged down. Struggles such as billing burdens, reimbursement delays, employee dissatisfaction, low staff productivity and regulatory obstacles inevitably lead to provider burnout and a poor provider-patient relationship. The COVID-19 pandemic instigated the implementation of new and updated health technology applications to help with these issues, but there’s still room for improvement and adoption needs to accelerate.
For those practices and clinicians weighed down with billing burdens, an AI-powered EHR can offer a much-needed solution. This type of modern platform has the ability to transform health care in more ways than one, including relieving health care providers of unnecessary and excessive administrative tasks. A system designed with integrated technology features can easily address common clinical problems to enable greater workplace efficiency and support a value-based care model, where providers and staff can focus on patients, first and foremost.
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