Examples

Without Human-in-the-loop

"Narrative Notes" are scribed based on the Clinical Synthetic Dialogues created as close to real-life scenarios/methods as possible.

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Clinical Dialogues difficulties

Encounter: regular

Diabetes Progress Checkup

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Brevi - Consultation Narrative Notes
(Machine-generated without human correction)
Clinical Notes

Patient came to check his diabetes progress. Patient continues with diet and exercise. Patient keeps portions small and eats more small meals. Patient doesn't have diarrhea or any other adverse reactions to metformin. Patient has been walking every day after dinner for about 30 minutes. Patient's A1c improved from 9.2 to 8.1, but the goal is to get A1c below 7. Patient didn't want the insulin. There were some concerning blood sugar levels, high two hundreds and three hundreds. The doctor explained about insulin and the importance of blood sugar control and persuaded the patient to continue working on diet and portion control. Doctor increased the dosage of metformin and suggested dropping back down metformin and working way up slowly if patient starts to experience a lot of loose stools.

Information Table

MetricValue
Appointment reason
Check diabetes progress
A1c progress
From 9.2 to 8.1
A1c goal
lower than 7
Diet
Keep portions small and eat more small meals
Other Notes
There were some concerning blood sugar levels, high two hundreds and three hundreds.
Patient notes
Patient continues with diet and exercise. Patient keeps portions small and eats more small meals. Patient doesn't have diarrhea or any other adverse reactions to metformin. Patient has been walking every day after dinner for about 30 minutes. Patient didn't want the insulin.
Doctor suggestions
continue exercising, working on diet and portion control; dropping back down metformin and working way up slowly if patient starts to experience a lot of loose stools.
New Medications
Increase dosage of metformin
Brevi SOAP
(Machine-generated without human correction)
Subjective

Patient came to check his diabetes progress. Patient continues with diet and exercise. Patient keeps portions small and eats more small meals. Patient doesn't have diarrhea or any other adverse reactions to metformin. Patient has been walking every day after dinner for about 30 minutes. Patient didn't want the insulin.

Objective

Patient's A1c improved from 9.2 to 8.1, but the goal is to get A1c below 7. There were some concerning blood sugar levels, high two hundreds and three hundreds.

Assessment and Plan

The doctor explained about insulin and the importance of blood sugar control and persuaded the patient to continue working on diet and portion control. Doctor increased the dosage of metformin and suggested dropping back down metformin and working way up slowly if patient starts to experience a lot of loose stools.