Learn more about Notable’s steadfast commitment to patient safety, ethical principles, and responsible approach to healthcare technology
Eight years ago when I sat around a holiday table with my family of physicians, the discussion turned to the challenges they faced every day. One comment about physicians being the highest-paid data collectors in the world is what helped spur the idea for Notable in the first place.
Inspired by that conversation, we did a study on the flow of data in healthcare from a patient to the payer and back. What we discovered was quite profound – it took anywhere from 22 to 35 sets of hands per claim for the data to flow from one end to the other and back. Not only is that highly inefficient, but it also opens up dozens of opportunities for errors to happen, for information to be misplaced or mishandled, or for patient safety to be compromised.
As we have built Notable and defined our mission to simplify and optimize healthcare for humanity, there are a few things from those early days that have remained foundational. Among them is a recognition and adherence to the medical field’s four main ethical principles: Autonomy, Beneficence, Non-Maleficence, and Justice. A responsible approach to technology in healthcare requires adherence to these core principles, with a special emphasis on patient safety.
Today, the healthcare workforce is increasingly a combination of humans and intelligent software, and both must be held to the same standards when it comes to governance, safety, and patient safety. With this in mind, I’m sharing an overview of our six core principles for patient safety, trust, and responsibility. These principles apply to everything we build and how we utilize data, and they have been with us from the very inception of the company.
Our approach is designed to safeguard users while fostering innovation, allowing us and our partners to leverage the latest technology to challenge the healthcare status quo. You should be able to trust Notable in the same way we demand trust for ourselves and our own families.
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