HIMSS and Nuance recently did a survey of over 400 doctors and nurses in ten different countries to take account of the pressures clinicians are feeling and what they think can be done to alleviate the factors pushing them to their limits. The study found that burnout is an almost universal experience for clinicians. "98% of those who participated in Nuance and HIMSS' online survey said they had experienced feelings of burnout." with 88% saying that COVID-19 had exacerbated the issue, says Dr. Simon Wallace. However, burnout does not have to be the end result for clinicians.
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How AI in the Exam Room Could Reduce Physician Burnout
By: Michael Ash, Joe Petro and Shafig Rab
November 12, 2019
A surge of new healthcare products from wearable consumer health trackers to diagnostic algorithms promising to improve medical outcomes and costs with artificial intelligence (AI) is prompting physicians and hospital executives to ask a fundamental question: "Are these technologies solving the right problems?"Read More