MedCity News June 18, 2024
Anshul Rathi

Administrative inefficiencies create a bottleneck that hinders the entire healthcare system.

The healthcare system has undergone remarkable innovations and technological advances – the digital age brought us telemedicine, AI-driven diagnostics, and personalized treatments supporting whole-person health, to name a few.

Yet, despite these breakthroughs, we are fundamentally building on top of an archaic system. The legacy of manually processed administrative burdens holds us back – it consumes time and resources, preventing every healthcare advance from reaching its full potential.

How can we expect providers to leverage innovations and new technologies when they are still required to spend hours every day completing physical paperwork that must be mailed or faxed? How many patients are unable to find a specialist in...

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