EHR Intelligence December 2, 2019
Christopher Jason

The implementation of artificial intelligence into healthcare is becoming more widespread by the day.

EHRs may have worked to improve data use among medical providers, but these tools are still far from perfect. Digital medical records have introduced a host of problems, including disrupting clinician workflows, limited interoperability, and creating data overload. But with the implementation of advanced technology and the growth of artificial intelligence (AI), EHR vendors are working to improve their products.

With AI entering the healthcare field, it is taking the EHR burnout and burden away from physicians, improving interoperability, and it is aiming to leverage data for state health and human services enterprises.

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), EMR / EHR, Health IT, Health System / Hospital, HIE (Interoperability), Market Research, Physician, Provider, Technology, Trends
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