In recent months, artificial intelligence (AI) has fast become one of the most discussed topics in healthcare. In primary care, however, AI has been slow to make an impact – but the potential is there.
Even now, In the face of significant pressures on primary care teams, many practices are relying on AI to assist in triaging patient enquiries.
By assisting clinical-decision making and ensuring patients are referred to the correct teams more accurately, Klinik, and tools like it are introducing efficiency into primary care, relieving the pressures on staff and making better use of available practice resource.
In a recent webinar, Klinik invited speakers from across primary care to explore the possibilities of AI in primary care both now and in the coming years, to help teams understand how AI solutions can benefit teams, clinicians and patients too.
We were delighted to be joined by Dr Dan Bunstone, GP Clinical Director for Warrington Innovation Network PCN and Chair, NHS Confederation design group on data and digital in primary care; Gurnak Singh Dosanjh, GP and Integrated Care Board (ICB) Clinical Lead, NHS Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland; Martin Eades, Managing Partner, Priory Medical Group; and Claire Mechen, Nurse Manager, The Adam Practice, Dorset.
To see what they had to say, catch up on the webinar below