Becker's Healthcare June 18, 2024
Naomi Diaz

To alleviate the pressures of staffing shortages, healthcare leaders are investing in automation and artificial intelligence to relieve the burden on their respective staffs, a June 18 survey from technology company Royal Philips found.

Royal Philips’ Future Health Index report surveyed more than 3,000 healthcare leaders regarding staffing and access challenges across healthcare systems globally and the strategies being employed to address these issues, according to a June 18 news release.

10 things to know:

  • Ninety-two percent of leaders reported deterioration in staff’s well-being, morale and mental health.
  • Eighty-one percent reported delays in care due to staff shortages.
  • Eighty-eight percent said technology to automate repetitive tasks is critical for addressing staff shortages.
  • Forty-four...

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), Digital Health, Health System / Hospital, Provider, Survey / Study, Technology, Trends
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