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Brigham & Women’s To Pilot New Program With Mental Health Startup To Use AI To Track Providers’ Stress

Brigham and Women’s Hospital has tapped mental health startup Rose to help support clinicians’ mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. During the pilot program, emergency health care professionals at Brigham and Women’s Hospital will receive access to the Rose platform, which monitors their levels of well-being and detects changes in real time.
The platform collects data from users in the form of questionnaires and free-response journal entries, which can be completed in as few as 30 seconds, according to the company. Rose …

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