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Alleviating staffing shortages in hospitals through AI efficiencies

Improving service line performance and profitability 

Healthcare providers across the country are continuing to face increasing costs, declining patient experiences, and shortages in staff. With these issues continuing to further escalate, healthcare executives are looking for innovative solutions to help achieve the Quadruple Aim approach of reducing costs, improving population health, enhancing patient experiences, and increasing the well-being of staff.   

Join Baker Tilly and a former health system CMIO/CIO for an informative webinar about how artificial intelligence (AI) and other forms of automation software and technologies can help improve efficiency and address the industry-wide shortages of labor. During this discussion, our team of healthcare IT specialists will discuss how AI can create operational efficiencies and address the talent shortage while also having a positive ROI for provider organizations.   

 Who should attend 

  • C-Suite professionals as well as VPs and directors of operations, finance and IT at healthcare provider organizations 


  • Steven House, Managing Director, Baker Tilly 
  • Ed Ricks, MHA, CHCIO, Managing Director, Baker Tilly 
  • Stephanie Lahr, MD, CHCIO, Former Health System CMIO/CIO, President, Artisight 

Learning objectives 

  • Recognize how implementing AI can make continuous, sustainable improvements in operational efficiencies 
  • Understand how automation can reduce costs, improve patient outcomes, and increase access to care 
  • Recognize when it is time to discontinue or outsource a service line 

Information about CPE eligibility

There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar.

A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks after the event.

Level: Basic

CPE credit: One (1) hour total credit

Field of study: Information Technology (IT)

Host: Stephanie Parker

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