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ClinicalAssist Brings Humanity Back to Healthcare with Groundbreaking Ai Technology

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Across the country, healthcare workers find themselves under increasing amounts of pressure and stress. While medical professions have historically been challenging, the global pandemic and associated outcomes have presented doctors and nurses with more difficulties than ever before. As a result, more professionals are leaving the field each day, with many changing jobs, switching industries, or resigning altogether.

With burnout reaching unprecedented levels within the healthcare field, experts are searching for ways to keep great professionals in the industry while providing them with a greater work-life balance.

At ClinicalAssist, they have developed the technology to support nurses and doctors, assisting them with administrative tasks while enabling them to focus on what truly matters – delivering the highest standard of care to the people who need them most. As a result, patient outcomes improve, medical costs decrease, and professionals have the opportunity to return to the reason they entered the field in the first place. It is a system that has the rare ability to provide positive impacts on the patients, the healthcare workers, and the hospital itself.

Led by Dr. Azad Kabir, the revolutionary ClinicalAssist is a virtual medical assistant for healthcare providers, instantly generating critical alerts for abnormal clinical data. Powered by cognition computation and artificial intelligence, ClinicalAssist is designed to reduce human error, improve patient safety, and help healthcare providers increase their productivity while decreasing stress.

The ClinicalAssist can speak with patients admitted to the hospital, collecting relevant health history data and evaluating common symptoms. By allowing ClinicalAssist to assume more administrative tasks, providers can generate more cost-effective treatments, reduce unnecessary testing, ultimately increase the hospital’s revenue. Perhaps most important, allowing ClinicalAssist to help gives healthcare providers the gift of time – they are now free to focus on patient communication and on generating a personalized, highly-tailored treatment plan.

As Kabir explains, ClinicalAssist makes an important difference in real-world hospital settings. While technology often has the unfortunate reputation for creating distance between people and de-personalizing the experience, ClinicalAssist has the opposite effect. By allowing ClinicalAssist to collect and analyze health data, providers can work faster and more effectively than ever before.

“ClinicalAssist works easily in the background, so imagine a nurse and doctor walking into the patient’s room, they no longer have to bring a chart or manually write anything, so they can have a real conversation with their patient,” Kabir says. “They can ask ClinicalAssist to give vitals or any laboratory data and it is done instantly. The physician can approve additional labs or  a diagnosis and treatment plan, based on ClinicalAssist generated medical records.”

One of the largest causes of burnout in the medical field is that healthcare providers feel they lack enough time and resources to effectively provide care. With ClinicalAssist, the hours spent charting every patient can now be reallocated in more meaningful ways. It is a breakthrough that is poised to change how hospitals, primary care clinics, speciality clinics or urgent care clinics operate.

ClinicalAssist works hand-in-hand with healthcare providers, lessening the burden that so many feel. It promises to improve patient outcomes as well as reduce provider burnout, an innovation that is changing healthcare for the better.

To learn more about how ClinicalAssist helps healthcare providers improve patient care and reduce stress-related burnout, visit www.clinicalassist.net.

Based in LA, Alice Blake is a senior reporter for Kivo Daily. She primarily covers entrepreneurs.

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