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Notable's AI-Driven Platform for Healthcare Receives High Grades from KLAS for Delivering on Customer Experience
The majority of customers surveyed were highly satisfied with the platform and 100% said they would purchase Notable again.
Intelligent Scheduling from Notable Aims to Eliminate Call Centers From the Health System
New AI-powered scheduling technology is the only one that matches patients with the right provider no matter their care needs, simultaneously eliminating manual work for staff
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Amid Healthcare’s Great Resignation, Burned Out Workers Are Pursuing Flexibility And Passion
Amid healthcare's Great Resignation, burned out workers are pursuing flexibility and passion.
Can technology save nursing from burnout and attrition?
Responses to two national surveys suggest industry needs new strategy to prioritize patients, not paperwork
Notable’s State of Automation 2022 Report
Burnout and staffing shortages are two of the biggest challenges currently facing the healthcare system, and at this point it doesn’t take another survey to prove that point. The more pressing issue is finding a solution to this well-documented problem, which is what healthcare automation company Notable set out to do with its latest research.
Can Automation Drive Health System Outcomes?
The United States spends about $1 trillion per year on healthcare administration. 95% of healthcare workforce growth since 1990 has been administrative. But adding administrative staff hasn’t helped health systems stay on top of the increase in manual work queues, and it certainly hasn’t been improving outcomes for patients.
Three ways tech can help overcome healthcare burnout and staff shortages
Offloading menial tasks to digital assistants isn’t just about a reduction in workload; it allows physicians to refocus their time on what they entered the profession to do—treating patients.
Health care providers are using technology to solve staffing issues during the pandemic
Hospitals and doctor's offices across the country are still reeling from the COVID pandemic, with major staffing shortages reported. Now a new tech sector is using software and artificial intelligence to help solve the problem.