Becker's Healthcare March 2, 2020
Andrea Park

The American Medical Association is working alongside artificial intelligence software company Nuance to build new technologies that will reduce physicians’ documentation burden.

The partnership combines the AMA’s expertise in burnout-fighting solutions and healthcare informatics with Nuance’s ambient clinical intelligence technology. The resulting solution will ideally integrate directly into EHR systems and automatically document patient-physician conversations to help clinicians cut back on demoralizing, distracting data entry.

“Documentation overload interferes with...

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