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The COVID-19 pandemic has raised serious questions about clinician burnout. While not the sole cause of the problem, some research suggests that EHR technology and burdens are contributing factors. Today’s medical technology often takes time away from patient care and makes the doctor’s job more complicated than it makes it easier.

Los Angeles-based Regard reduces the significant administrative burden that healthcare providers have long carried, improving the experience for all parties. Regard is a clinical workflow solution that analyzes and synthesizes patient data, suggests diagnoses, and streamlines note taking. Their system handles tedious tasks, freeing up doctors to focus on improving healthcare.

Its secure, HIPAA-compliant solution is immediately integrated with the EMR for a seamless workflow, serving as a clinical co-pilot for healthcare professionals in their daily activities. The technology, which was created for provider workflows, retrieves and reviews clinical data in real time, highlighting what is needed. The AI-powered system offers diagnostics and specs, obviating the need for administrative tracking and improving patient care. He does the tedious writing and updating of documentation in a reliable and knowledgeable manner.

Their sophisticated platform ensures thorough and accurate diagnoses, minimizes coding demands and simplifies medical practice. Regard reviews patient data, displays critical information, and automatically writes notes. Their team has extensive experience in the fields of design, business, engineering and medicine. Through partnerships with EHR companies Epic and Cerner, Regard’s software can currently identify approximately 50 prevalent medical conditions.

The health-tech startup raised $15.3 million in a Series A funding round. The company said the funding would be used to expand its staff, allowing it to help more customers.

References:

  • https://withregard.com/
  • https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/healthtensor
  • https://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/clinical-support-tool-regard-scores-153m
  • https://www.socaltech.com/regard_gets____3m_for_ai_medical_diagnosis/s-0082651.html
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