The Role of the Hospital Administrator & Physician Burnout

May 9, 2022
The Role of the Hospital Administrator & Physician Burnout

Hospital administrators wear a lot of hats. They oversee the organizational side of health services and make sure a hospital is employing effective and efficient practices that deliver the best and most efficient care possible. Their top priorities are the patient and the clinicals teams.

So, how can administrators help support the goal of providing high quality, efficient care for patients and saving time for clinical teams? Adopting new technology.

Due to the recent labor shortage, hospitals are looking for ways to ease the burden on healthcare workers and are starting to adopt new technology to help streamline the workflow. Hospitals are embracing artificial intelligence and are understanding that new tech is an added benefit to help support clinical teams and their workflows vs. replace them.

Powered by AI, Viz Intelligent Care Coordination replaces out-dated, conventional care practices with a single platform, enabling care teams to save time, reduce length of stay, improve outcomes and increase access to care when patients need it most.

“While the healthcare industry is often slow to adopt new technologies, it is starting to see results from automation”, says Ezekiel J. Emanuel, physician, vice provost for global initiatives at UPenn and Billy Dietch, partner at Oak HC/FT in a recent article in the Wall Street Journal. “Instead of hours of image processing, radiology reviews and specialty consults, Viz.ai applies artificial intelligence to detect, measure and predict the extent of disease. The platform then triggers intervention in minutes.”

Having a technology that uses artificial intelligence to detect suspected disease and notifying the entire care team is imperative to patient care. All of that information is at your fingertips where the clinical team has access to and can manipulate all patient imaging - and can share the information using the HIPAA-compliant communication component. This is in no way a replacement for clinical teams, but a tool to support them, cut all of these processes out of the way, streamline workflow to get the patient to the right center for the right treatment at the right time.

Watch our AI in Neuroscience webinar here and hear from our esteemed panel of experts discuss the challenges they face as neuroscience administrators, the clinical and financial benefits they’ve seen since implementing AI at their respective institutions, and what they see as the future of neuroscience and artificial intelligence.

AI-powered care coordination offers a way to improve the delivery of care. The Viz Platform is a transformative, intelligent care coordination solution that unifies synchronized care collaboration, high fidelity mobile image viewing, automated workflows and improved visibility at decision-making moments. Viz.ai’s comprehensive neurovascular and vascular AI modules are clinically proven to save time and improve patient outcomes and access to care and is used in more than 1,000 hospitals in the US and EMEA. 

As an administrator, you have to keep up with technology and resources to be able to provide the best care, while keeping up with the staffing issues. The Viz.ai team is here to support you and your hospital's goals. 

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