One way to lessen clinician burnout is to reduce the technological burden...

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One way to lessen clinician burnout is to reduce the technological burden...

The impact of back-to-work re-openings, including-COVID- related stress, reduced staff, and the anxiety from the concern of infecting family members contributed to a burnout rate higher than that of the first year of the pandemic when quarantines temporarily shuttered clinics, hospitals and healthcare organisations. 

Burnout can be addressed at the individual level, by helping clinicians find ways to cope with stress, as well as at an organisational level, by seeking ways to address the factors contributing to staff burnout. The most effective strategies for reducing burnout rates usually involve a combination of individual and organisational initiatives.


Why it’s important to reduce the technological burden...

Clinicians often point to clerical tasks and burdensome technology as causes of burnout, so organisations may want to collect their feedback about systems like electronic medical records (EMRs). Clinicians often feel the increased documentation required by EMRs leads to decreased face-to-face time with patients, and many healthcare professionals become frustrated with having to learn and relearn these complex systems.

“We went to school to see patients, but now, for every minute we have with a patient, we are spending two additional minutes on the computer. It often takes a 60-hour week just to keep up with documentation, and that is tough on personal relationships and families."

Philip Kroth, MD, director of Biomedical Informatics Research at the University of New Mexico


How can T-Pro reduce clinician burnout? 

T-Pro is a global leader in clinical documentation improvement software, digitally transforming 600+ healthcare organisations across, Ireland, Germany, the UK and the APAC regions with over 85,000 active users. T-Pro’s cloud-based solutions enable workflows for efficient and accurate speech recognition, medical transcription, messaging and coding. We facilitate a patient-centred solution by making it easy for clinicians to capture the patient narrative and deliver information when it is needed most – at the point of care.

Our technology allows clinicians to voice-enable their existing EPR, reduce transcription costs, outsource overflow transcription and capture patient information effectively and efficiently from anywhere on any device. 

T-Pro’s world’s no.1 AI-powered speech technology, created by our in-house research and development seamlessly integrates with more than 250 EHRs globally and into the wider healthcare ecosystem of a hospital, healthcare trust or even region. This allows users to communicate effectively and efficiently across multiple sites and care settings.  


Recent Success Stories with Clinician using T-Pro

"We found T-Pro’s software to be most helpful and cost-effective compared to other providers. Their AI-powered voice solutions including Digital Dictation & Speech Recognition are the best in the market with 100% accuracy and the support from the team has been great, they are always available to assist and train our teams here when needed."

Mike Bailey, Contract Project Manager (Hywel Dda University Board) 

"Thank you the T-Pro team! Once again, I am completely blown away by the excellent quality and speed of these letters! You add a huge amount to my ability to deliver good care to our patients, and I know our GP colleagues hugely appreciate it too. Just wanted you to know what an impact you make!"

Prof. Fionnuala Ní Áinle, Consultant Haematologist (Mater Misericordiae University Hospital)

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