HIT Infrastructure April 13, 2021
Samantha McGrail

Nearly 50 physicians and nurses will assess Google’s healthcare search tool that parses through patient records to cut down clinician search time.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) will participate in an early access program to pilot a healthcare-specific search tool from Google designed to offer clinicians a quick and easy view of patients’ medical records. 

Nearly 50 physicians and nurses working in inpatient settings will assess the tool, called Care Studio, to ensure the quality, efficacy, and safety of it when used simultaneously with BIDMC data and systems.

Specifically, the group will assess the tool’s searchable view of patients’ medical records, which allows clinicians to experience more streamlined access to information that can be used to make crucial care...

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