How AI-driven CDI programs give people more of what we need most: time

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Every day, we are charged with "doing more with less" in nearly every aspect of life. With the transition to value-based care, efficiency has become increasingly important. Clinical documentation is a core function across healthcare management; it must accurately reflect both the patient population’s health and history as well as the level of care to appropriately care for them. 

Check out the new article, How AI-driven CDI programs give people more of what we need most: time by Mel Tully, vice president of clinical services and education at Nuance. This piece highlights how through a combination of education programs and technology solutions, CDI brings new ways to advance quality and efficiency initiatives.

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