University Medical Center Groningen performed the first automatic log-based patient QA enabling to treat more patients

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University Medical Center Groningen performed the first automatic log-based patient QA enabling to treat more patients

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | June 17, 2019 Health IT

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About UMCG
University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) is one of the largest hospitals in the Netherlands and is the biggest employer in the north of the country. A staff of almost 12,000 people work in patient care and in leading medical research, focusing on ‘healthy ageing ́. For its research and educational function the hospital has close ties with University of Groningen. Some 3,400 students are currently enrolled in degree courses to become physicians, dentist, or movement scientist, and over 450 are doing a medical residency. Patients come to UMCG for basic care, but also for highly specialized diagnostics, examinations or treatments. All patients in the north of the country with complicated or rare conditions are eventually referred to UMCG. Excellent care is always based on the latest insights and given by the best doctors and nursing staff. Together with the support services they always focus on that one common goal: building the future of health.

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