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Reducing clinician burnout and enhancing patient care through artificial intelligence

 

Burnout is a significant challenge for health care organizations, especially in rural hospitals that struggle with recruiting new clinicians. The loss of a single provider in a rural hospital can have tremendous impact on patient care, creating a strain on other clinicians as well as financial implications. Emerging artificial intelligence (AI) technologies can help organizations create more value for their patients and communities by converting time-consuming, labor-intensive and often inefficient tasks and functions into actionable information to produce better outcomes.

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