EHR Intelligence July 7, 2020
Christopher Jason

After trying everything from human scribes, to automated scribes, OrthoIndy Hospital cut off all after-hours EHR documentation with a mobile AI assistant.

Clinicians at OrthoIndy Hospital, Indiana’s first orthopedics specialty hospital and one of the largest of its kind in the country, were spending up to three hours after work and even over the weekend to complete EHR-related tasks. However, after the practice implemented a mobile artificial intelligence (AI) assistant into its EHR, after-hours charting and documentation was a thing of the past.

“When I first started in practice 30 years ago, the medical record was to remind the doctor of when the patient came in for last time, what the direction was, and what the plan is going forward,”...

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