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Open APIs, AI, Machine Learning, Interoperability in Focus at HIMSS19

February 8, 2019 - The HIMSS19 annual conference takes place February 11-15 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Attendees will gain insights around the industry’s most pressing topics, from interoperability to just how AI can help support more efficient patient care. Throughout the event, attendees can interact with vendors and those tools, as well as attending educational...


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Using EHR Voice Recognition to Improve Clinical Documentation, Usability

by Kate Monica

EHR tools with voice recognition capabilities can help to reduce data entry duties for healthcare providers and free up time for face-to-face interaction with patients. Hospitals and health systems are increasingly integrating voice...

Preparing AI-Powered Virtual Assistants to Improve EHR Usability

by Kate Monica

Problems with EHR usability continue to counter the potential benefits of EHR systems and leave physicians, nurses, administrators, and patients by and large feeling dissatisfied and frustrated with the technology. While patient EHRs...

Google Expands EHR Project Leveraging AI, Voice Recognition

by Kate Monica

Google is looking to expand an early-stage EHR project part of the Google Brain healthcare group that will leverage artificial intelligence (AI) and voice recognition software to streamline clinical documentation and EHR use for providers,...

UCHealth Innovation Center to Advance Clinical Decision Support, AI

by Kate Monica

A new innovation center at Aurora-based University of Colorado Health (UCHealth) will support health IT innovation to improve clinical decision support, artificial intelligence (AI), and data analytics, as well as advancements in virtual...

Opening Health IT, EHR Market to Spur Improved Clinical Productivity

by Kate Monica

Widespread EHR adoption has so far produced only modest improvements in clinical productivity and efficiency, but two doctors anticipate increased competition, diversity, and growth in the health IT and EHR market will yield the...

States Could Utilize AI for Improved Healthcare Interoperability

by Elizabeth Snell

There are numerous obstacles to seamless healthcare interoperability at state health and human services (HHS) enterprises, but utilizing new data analytics options could prove fruitful in improving patient outcomes, recent research...

EHR Systems Should Be Systems of Engagement, Not Recordkeeping

by Kate Monica

EHR systems need to be re-engineered as systems of engagement rather than systems of recordkeeping to yield real improvements in clinical efficiency. That was the sentiment of Persistent Systems Digital President Sudhir Kulkarni at the...

Epic Clinical Documentation Module Utilizes AI Solution

by Kate Monica

Epic’s clinical documentation improvement (CDI) module NoteReader will now utilize artificial intelligence (AI) solutions for automated physician feedback. M*Model and its embedded M*Modal Computer-Assisted Physician Documentation...

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