2023 forecast: How AI and virtual tech will take on clinician burnout

Fierce Biotech

21 Dec 2022
More providers are turning to digital systems, AI, and virtual care to help manage the growing staffing crisis. In response, GE HealthCare is focused on delivering technology solutions that decrease the data burden on clinicians. “When we think about digital transformation, the overarching focus is how to we help our customers connect that huge amount of data to insights,” said Catherine Estrampes, GE HealthCare’s president and CEO of the U.S. and Canada.

One of the ways GE HealthCare is already delivering solutions that can make an impact is with their Command Center technology. As a real-time data powerhouse that ingests and processes enormous amounts of data, GE HealthCare’s Command Center provides care providers with access to insights that support better decisions. By enabling collaboration that’s not bound by geography, health systems can leverage their Command Center technology to quickly scale up virtual monitoring operations and increase access to care, even in remote rural areas.