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How Artificial Intelligence is Changing the Landscape of Ambulatory Care

Ambulatory care clinicians face multiple challenges with the ever-increasing patient load within medical offices, clinics, and out-patient ambulatory surgery centers. The landscape and scope of ambulatory care has become expansive over the past decade, with the increase of patients coupled with the complexity of treatments. All ambulatory care providers want to ensure a safe, high-quality environment for their patients which requires complex information management and care coordination across multiple settings, devices, and solutions.

Finding ways to identify new techniques, enhancement tools, and strategies for your ambulatory care clinicians to improve teamwork and performance is key to maintaining that high-quality experience for your patients. Adding artificial intelligence (AI) powered technology may be a benefit to your busy healthcare landscape in a variety of ways.

AI technology has been highly used for over a decade in various healthcare environments and has been proven to reduce the clinician’s burden and increase their efficiency. By the use of recording digital patient notes, optimizing operational processes, and automating repetitive tasks, many of today’s AI-enabled software applications are helping ambulatory care physicians isolate and identify patients who may require additional attention and develop a treatment protocol for each individual.

Our intuitive medical speech recognition solution Dragon® Medical One (DMO) and PowerMic Mobile app are designed to accurately capture and translate the physician’s voice into a rich, detailed narrative that feeds directly and seamlessly into all major EHR platforms right at the point-of-care. DMO speech recognition solution offers the ambulatory care clinician the freedom and flexibility to complete patient notes at their convenience, thereby dramatically reducing the amount of time spent on documentation - and more time to focus on the needs of the patient.

Ambulatory care physicians using an AI-powered DMO paired with their chosen EHR, can:

➔ Create a more accurate and richer note for the visit or treatment

➔ Use previous documented visits to analyze past visits or intake forms

➔ Discuss treatment plans and coordinate the care with their patients at a more integrated level

This is all done while documenting right at the patient visit or point of care - and directly into your chosen EHR system. By the use of a direct approach with the patient present, the speech recognition application can collect and analyze patient data to provide a better patient outcome.

With so many ambulatory centers running on a shoe-string budget, it may seem difficult to meet the needs of their patients affordably. But using a speech-enabled solution to transcribe may be able to identify specific conditions in past visits, and recognized voice-enabled transcriptions to identify reimbursable conditions identified during the diagnosis.

Trusted and used by over 550,000 professionals, DMO can also increase efficiency by saving up to 2 hours a day on patient documentation and intake forms. Those extra hours can be leveraged by seeing more patients and performing more billable procedures to help with your bottom line.

Contact one of our Solution Specialists to learn more about the #1 Best in KLAS top conversational AI Speech Recognition Solution for front-end EHR usage. | 866-977-3324 | 877-272-8280

As we look back on 2022 from our vantage point here in late November, we’ve experienced some relief from the challenges we all faced over the last two years. We certainly have deepened our appreciation for our business partners, clients, families, friends, and those in our collective communities. Your support and the relationships we have cultivated, encourage our team here at 1st-Dragon/CME to continue looking for the best technology to help our clients achieve their goals. During this holiday week, we want to offer this simple message of gratitude — THANK YOU.

Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving!


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