Microsoft and Nuance partner to deliver ambient clinical intelligence

Microsoft and Nuance partner to deliver ambient clinical intelligence


[MUSIC]>>When patients are at
their most vulnerable, when they’re sick,
when they’re scared, they want to know that the physician
is focusing on their needs, not worrying about what’s
on a computer screen.>>I think having
more face to face contact is going to make patients
feel more valued.>>Every minute that I spend doing
something in the the computer, is the minute I’m now
spending with the patient. So I know that extra piece
of information that could have led to
a better health outcome.>>Burnout isn’t just
from patient care, it’s from all the other things;
documentation, billing, coding.>>At least to impact even at home, when your kids want to play with you, you’re not as acceptable or
receptive to their desire to play.>>Ambient clinical intelligence will allow the patient visit to
work the way it should.>>This AI will enable us to keep the more important things
in the relationship, and make the documentation
a bit more secondary. Our EMR has provided us with a lot more transparency
with patients. If we have labs on that day, then they’re able to go back in
and use that as a source document.>>Having this type of
artificial intelligence would improve my time
with the patient, and to provide the care
that they need.>>Nuance and Microsoft
working together, that partnership builds
my confidence that will really be able to meet
the needs of our patients, it’s going to advance
this technology at a speed I don’t think we would’ve
been able to accomplish. [MUSIC]

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