Using artificial intelligence to improve EHR documentation
Oct 10th, 2022

Using artificial intelligence to improve electronic health record documentation

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There are a number of different ways that artificial intelligence can be used to improve EHR documentation processes. In this case, one of the most effective options would be to integrate natural language processing (NLP) algorithm within a dictation software.

The role of physicians in our society is unique and demanding, as they play a critical role in health care. Physicians are entrusted with the care of their patients and rely on them to make sound medical decisions that can mean the difference between life and death for those patients.

Therefore, it is important that physicians have access to accurate and timely information in order to fulfill their responsibilities. Despite the best intentions, many physicians find themselves bogged down in paperwork, which can result in inaccurate or incomplete documentation. Fortunately, there is a way to help mitigate this issue by using artificial intelligence (AI) to increase the efficiency of maintaining accurate electronic health records (EHRs).

As a result of EHRs, physicians are able to input patient data directly into a computer system, which can then be used to generate reports and other documentation once they have input the patient data. The use of artificial intelligence algorithms is allowing physicians to spend more time caring for their patients and less time dealing with administrative duties by automating this process. In this blog post, we will discuss how artificial intelligence virtual assistants can be used to improve the documentation in physicians' electronic health records.

Enhancing information integrity for documentation processes

It is important to make sure that the full health record is accurate in order to maintain document integrity. There is a wide variety of processes that fall under the scope of information management, such as identification of patients, validation of authorship, amendments, and corrective measures as well as auditing the records to verify documentation validity when requesting reimbursement benefits.

Documentation applications in EHRs can be customized and can be used to assist with writing documentation utilizing templates and voice commands. It is important to note that unless these tools are used appropriately, the integrity of the data may be questioned and the information may be perceived as inaccurate or even misleading- potentially compromising patient safety.

There are a number of different ways that artificial intelligence can be used to improve EHR documentation processes. In this case, one of the most effective options would be to integrate natural language processing (NLP) within a medical dictation software, a method which has been gaining popularity in the medical scribing industry in recent years. Using NLP technologies , you can automate the process of creating reports from your EHR data by generating them automatically. A valuable feature of this system is that it frees up physicians' time so that they can focus on more important things.

Furthermore, NLP-generated reports are more accurate than those produced by humans, since they are not affected by human errors, which makes them more accurate than those created by humans.

The use of artificial intelligence can also be used to improve the quality of data contained in EHRs. It is very common for EHRs to be poorly organized and to lack standardization in many cases. The result is that physicians may have difficulty finding the information they're looking for. By using AI, it is possible to automatically organize EHR data and make it more accessible to physicians by making the data more organized.

The value of this technology lies in the fact that it is able to reduce the amount of time physicians will spend in searching for information in their electronic health records. As well as helping to provide physicians with the most up-to-date information available, artificial intelligence systems can also be designed to update electronic health record data automatically when new information is added, so that physicians have access to the most accurate information possible.

Tali’s EHR Assistant

The EHR Assistant is a new feature that we have introduced into the platform that allows physicians to access forms and e-forms more easily, and to quickly fill them out with a simple voice command. It allows physicians to pull up, fill out and submit ticklers, and access and fill out forms and e-forms more quickly.

With this feature, updating patient encounters has been made easier and more efficient by eliminating a number of manual steps previously required. Tali now gives you the ability to pull up ticklers and forms and fill them out without having to interrupt your flow of thought if you want to do so.

You can access the EHR Assistant on the platform, simply by clicking the button on the right navigational panel and speaking the command you wish to use.

We have already seen huge improvements in the documentation process of our users through the use of this new EHR Assistant feature. Physicians are already able to save a great deal of time by using this tool.


The truth of the matter is that the healthcare industry is changing as much as any other industry that will be influenced by technology in the years to come. There is no doubt that EHR documentation can sometimes be a daunting task, and it has been proven that it can result in clinician burnout as well. Health care providers should not be overburdened. As a result of technological advancements, many aspects of work flow are already being simplified, and EHR documentation processes can also be improved.

Learn more about how Tali AI can transform your Electronic Medical Record (EMR) experience. Download Tali today or contact us directly for more information.

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