What You Should Know:
– Today, Nuance and the University of Michigan Health-West (UMHW), a 208-bed hospital in Wyoming, MI, announced that UMHW has expanded its adoption of Nuance’s pioneering ambient clinical intelligence technology, Dragon Ambient eXperience – a solution that empowers physicians to reduce administrative workloads and focus on patient care with clinical documentation that writes itself.
– The expansion comes after a successful Nuance DAX pilot at University of Michigan Health-West began earlier this year throughout primary and specialty care settings. The expansion to the hospital’s entire primary care group will allow even more healthcare providers to focus on the patient rather than the administrative tasks, resulting in significant time savings, improved patient care, and, ultimately, better health outcomes.
Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience
The Nuance DAX solution revolutionizes physician-patient experiences by securely capturing and contextualizing physician-patient conversations during virtual and in-person exams with clinical documentation that writes itself. After using Nuance DAX, 79 percent of physicians state that it has improved documentation quality and 70 percent of physicians have reported reductions in feelings of burnout and fatigue. Additionally, 83 percent of patients say their physician is more personable and conversational and 81 percent of patients say their physician is more focused during visits.