Matthew Sappern is the CEO of PeriGen, which is a global leader in applying artificial intelligence to obstetrics and fetal outcomes. His management experience includes being part of WebMD and Allscripts, which is a computer software program
How can technology help reduce adverse events and fetal outcomes in the events surrounding childbirth?
Listen in as Pat Iyer and Matthew Sappern chat about these points
- How is the technology more precise than just the human eye?
- Since OB is a highly litigated service line, is it possible that computer-driven analysis increases a nurse or provider’s malpractice exposure?
- Technology helps calculate the fetal heart rate, but also won’t this be a crutch that might dumb down a nurse?
- When the focus of the nurse has gone to from the “patient” to the “computer” how does adding MORE systems help rather hurt?
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Matthew Sappern is the CEO of PeriGen, the global leader in applying artificial intelligence to obstetrics. His management experience also includes WebMD and Allscripts.