Category: Health personnel
Challenges faced by physicians when working with patients
Over 42% of physicians experienced burnout in 2021. That’s why the Infermedica team ran Individual In-depth Interviews to understand physicians’ perspectives and needs.
The real cost of unnecessary pediatric medical services
What costs do parents and physicians unnecessarily generate in order to find the best medical help for children?
How to improve data completion in EHRs by engaging patients
Sharing the responsibility with patients plays a crucial role in decreasing the physicians’ burden. See how to reach the full potential of EHRs.
How doctors can benefit from symptom checkers
Symptoms, risk factors, initial assessment - this is all that symptom checkers can deliver. How then doctors can use it to their benefit?
The Art of Human-Technology Interactions
An inspiring and relieving essay on Artificial Intelligence and its human factor, that keeps this new technology close to people.
How to reconcile physicians and AI?
AI is a tool supporting doctors, however, it is often seen as a reason for mistrust. Are improved education, collaboration, and regulations a remedy?
“I’m ashamed to go to a doctor”
Removing stigmatization of embarrassing illnesses, like venereal diseases, mental disorders or certain skin diseases?
How can symptom checkers improve waiting times?
Time spent unnecessarily in a waiting room can be a cause of stress for both patient and doctor. Can we improve it with just one change?
How to maximize time spent with patients using automation
AI reduces administrative tasks, helps with triage and remote monitoring, and more. Family practice needs this valuable assistant, now!
AI the nurse’s little helper
AI is welcomed by nurses for its ability to predict hospital re-admissions and focus on patients, amongst other examples.
How AI is changing cancer care and research?
The potential for artificial intelligence to disrupt healthcare and health systems is becoming evident. In this article we explore the AI-powered future of cancer care and research.