Nabla announced the launch of Nabla Copilot’s new Magic Edit feature

  • The Magic Edit feature allows providers to customize their notes according to their own unique documentation preferences.
  • With EHRs demanding 6 hours of physicians’ time per week, Nabla Copilot allows physicians to seamlessly and automatically capture in-consult patient information, cutting documentation time by 50%.

Nabla, the leading AI assistant for practitioners, today announced the launch of Nabla Copilot’s new Magic Edit feature, introducing a new level of personalization within automated clinical documentation. Magic Edit, an AI-driven edit function, further streamlines the documentation process by allowing providers to give custom instructions to Copilot. With these, Nabla Copilot is able to generate notes that align with their individual preferences.

Physicians spend more than six hours per week on electronic health record (EHR) tasks outside of standard clinic hours, significantly contributing to increasing burnout rates, with nearly 40% of physicians considering leaving their current organization within a couple of years. While multiple factors contribute to burnout, burdensome administrative tasks like clinical documentation are universal, and the EHR has been regularly called the single most important stressor in patient care by physicians.

“The Magic Edit feature is a great illustration of the power of generative AI, as it showcases that personalization within automated documentation is possible,” said Alex Lebrun, co-founder and CEO, Nabla. “Our model can assimilate each provider’s preferences for clinical documentation, ensuring that every consultation is documented in their voice and style, quickly, accurately, and without any bias.”

Magic Edit lets clinicians provide directions to the ambient AI to regenerate the note to their liking, reducing the manual edits they need to make. Clinicians can type in their own directions, or they can also select from available instruction options. They can use this feature to update the patient’s gender, make one of the note sections more verbose or more concise, or choose to make some details from the encounter more prominent in the note, among other things. Furthermore, providers can resort to the “template custom instructions” functionality, enabling them to consistently and automatically apply the same set of instructions over time.

With some clinical documentation systems, providers are forced to adhere to a specific template that tends to add more administrative time and effort to navigate than desired. In addition to allowing practitioners to write custom instructions, Nabla Copilot leaves the template choice to the provider, which is contrary to other clinical ambient AI assistants where providers are limited to factory-set templates. Providers can choose from Copilot’s 16 templates, all customized for different specialties, including the standard SOAP (subjective, objective, assessment, plan) template.

“We’re dedicated to listening to provider feedback to ensure we’re reducing the administrative burdens of clinical documentation in every way possible,” said Lebrun. “The Magic Edit feature is a direct response to customer demand, further expediting the documentation process with customization features so they can focus on providing quality patient care.”

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