What to do with all this data?

March 8, 2024
1 min read

TLDR:

  • Clinicians struggle with data overload in EHR systems, wasting valuable time and causing burnout.
  • Digital health solutions should focus on technology automating data collection, analysis, and summarization to assist clinicians.

Today, clinicians are overwhelmed by the amount of data they have to sift through in Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems. The data collected from various sources such as clinical notes, labs, tests, and medication history is not easily accessible or usable by clinicians, leading to inefficiencies and a lack of benefit for patients. With as much as 97% of healthcare data going unused, there is a need for digital health solutions to automate the process of collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data to empower clinicians in providing high-quality care. By harnessing the power of AI, there is a potential for a future where clinicians can quickly access a patient’s comprehensive medical history and provide personalized treatment plans without drowning in a sea of data and documentation. By focusing on making technology do the heavy lifting in data management, clinicians can work in a healthcare system that values their time and expertise.

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