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  • 18 April 2024
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Support Value-Based Care with


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AI medical scribes are becoming important for providers looking to deliver better, cost-effective care. Clinical documentation is the foundation of better healthcare delivery. It ensures continuity and quality of care, allowing healthcare professionals to track a patient’s health journey. Simplifying the documentation process allows doctors to spend less time on manual, repetitive tasks and more time with patients.


Value-Based Care

Providers understand that each person is unique. Value-based care focuses on the patient experience, quality of care, provider performance, and controlling costs.

This is where AI-powered ambient listening technology – like – comes in. It is a key component of patient-centric care, helping to facilitate a personalized experience that promotes improved health outcomes for each patient. takes care of the clinical documentation, freeing providers to spend more face-to-face time with their patients.

According to an article in NEJM Catalyst, physicians and hospitals can level up their coordination through shared data. Additionally, this ensures that everyone involved in a patient’s care has access to the same information. This reduces the duplication of tests and ensures that the treatment plan is appropriate and effective. is EHR-agnostic; it integrates with any EHR – including yours. This enhances interoperability, ensures smoother data transitions, and provides more efficient, effective, personalized care, all essential to value-based care.


How Supports Value-Based Care

  1. Enhanced Patient Engagement: It allows healthcare providers to focus more on the patient rather than data entry, improving patient-provider interactions.
  2. Enhanced Efficiency: It captures and transcribes the patient-provider interaction, minimizing documentation errors.
  3. Time and Cost-Savings: It helps reduce time spent on admin tasks like notetaking, allowing providers to see more patients in a given amount of time, improving efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
  4. Reduced Burnout: It helps reduce the administrative load, which reduces burnout and improves productivity and work-life balance.
  5. Coordinated Care: It integrates with any EHR system, providing access to up-to-date and comprehensive patient information and supporting more coordinated care.
  6. Enhanced Patient Experience: It takes care of the notes, enabling providers to focus more on personalized face-to-face care, increasing patient satisfaction. plays a big role in the shift from volume-based care, which is focused on the number of services provided, to value-based care, which is focused on high-quality care and better outcomes of those services. Saving time, lowering costs, and improving care make a great asset to your practice.

Visit to book a demo for a firsthand look at how ambient listening technology can drive your value-based care initiatives.

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