Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionize how Intensive Care Unit (ICU) patients are treated. Are you ready to embrace the change?

AI is the key to easing clinician workloads and streamlining clinical decision-making.

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Due to the stressful nature of critical care, ICU clinicians often experience burnout. Critical care healthcare professionals experience one of the highest rates of burnout, with nearly half of the workforce exhibiting symptoms. Critical care workloads consist of stressful, complex tasks that have a high mental, physical, and temporal demand. The effort required to perform the tasks overloads the working memory, leading to burnout, and puts clinicians at risk for making medical errors.

Cue Artificial
Intelligence (AI).

Technology is an essential tool in helping curb the negative impacts of clinician stress, and ultimately improve patient outcomes. In 2009, the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act was passed and resulted in a subsequent increase in electronic health records (EHRs). In the years since, the use of technology has continued to expand to fill gaps left by over-burdened providers.

AI is the latest technological development set to propel healthcare forward. Processing, and contextualizing data in real-time is crucial to providing the best care possible. Etiometry’s FDA-cleared model-based algorithms consolidate and process data, as well as alert clinicians to any indications of changes in each patient’s condition.

In our latest blog, see how Etiometry’s software can aggregate the many data streams, taking it from disparate and disconnected data to data that can provide actionable insights.

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