A new study published in the Journal of American Medical Informatics Association this week shows that, although AI documentation assistants (or digital scribes) offer great potential in the primary care setting, they will need to be supervised by a human until strong evidence is available for their autonomous potential.
The electronic Virtual Assistant (e-VA) allows Veterans to receive a timely response to basic questions, automated alerts, follow-up messages, appointment reminders and the ability to schedule and reschedule appointments.
With the continued spread of COVID-19, health organizations around the world are accelerating their adoption of tech solutions that mitigate the need for physical contact between healthcare providers and patients.
In order to provide needed services in rural communities where professional behavioral health services are virtually unavailable, Bridge Counseling needed to provide services via telehealth. Bridge Counseling evaluated a few HIPAA-compliant telehealth programs and Zoom’s was determined the best and most cost-effective for the agency’s purposes.