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Abridge clinches $150M to build out generative AI for medical documentation

Fierce Healthcare

. | Along with the funding round, Abridge also announced an enterprise agreement with Connecticut-based Yale New Haven Health System to give thousands of clinicians access to its AI-powered clinical documentation technology.

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STAT+: HCA to expand the use of AI tool to automate clinical documentation in ER

STAT

HCA Healthcare, the largest for-profit hospital chain in the United States, is planning to expand the use of an artificial intelligence tool to document doctor-patient interactions in its emergency rooms.

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STAT+: Juul spent big to court Black leaders to promote its e-cigarettes, new documents show

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Documents released this week shed new light on an aggressive strategy from vape maker Juul to court Black leaders, including the Rev. Al Sharpton, to publicly support its e-cigarettes. It’s not clear how much the company ultimately spent on the partnerships. Continue to STAT+ to read the full story…

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Complying with REMS Training and Documentation Requirements

Pharmacy Times

Michael Singel, PharmD, discusses the logistics of complying with the Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy program for bispecific antibodies at his institution and addresses training and documentation requirements.

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Christus Health deploying Abridge's generative AI tool for clinical documentation

Fierce Healthcare

Abridge, a startup that develops generative AI tools for medical documentation, inked another major health system partnership. Christus Health, based in Irving, Texas, signed an enterprise-wide technology agreement with Abridge after it piloted the technology the past few months with some primary care and specialist physicians.

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STAT+: Microsoft to embed AI tool for clinical documentation in Epic’s health records software

STAT

Microsoft on Thursday said it will launch its artificial intelligence tool for automating clinical documentation within health records software made by Epic, a move to embed the technology in health systems nationwide.

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STAT+: Brain biopsies on ‘vulnerable’ patients at Mount Sinai set off alarm bells at FDA, documents show

STAT

In study documents, Mount Sinai doctors said the biopsies result in “the same amount of tissue loss” and “in effect, the same level of risk” for patients as standard DBS, because they are removing tissue that would otherwise be cauterized.