Fast Company May 12, 2022
Joel Landau

AI-powered systems like natural language processing can be used to detect the crucial elements in unstructured data, transforming it into structured data that can be used to streamline a patient’s care journey and improve outcomes.

Burnout has become an unfortunate everyday reality for healthcare professionals. It’s one that preceded the pandemic, but has also been exacerbated by the crisis. Sadly, there is plenty of anecdotal evidence of clinicians being overwhelmed by their responsibilities since the outbreak began, and statistics reflect the extent of the problem.

According to the 2021 Medscape National Physician Burnout & Suicide report—a survey of over 12,000 physicians across 29 specialties conducted between Aug. 30 and Nov. 5, 2020—42 percent of physicians said they were burned out....

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