ChatGPT As a Powerful EMR Tool

Authors: Amina H Khalpey, PhD, Brynne Rozell BS, Zain Khalpey, MD, PhD

Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) are widely used in the healthcare industry to store patient data and assist in decision making. However, the vast amount of information stored in EMRs can make it difficult to quickly retrieve specific and relevant information. This difficulty is compounded by the many different types of EMRs available and by a provider’s lack of familiarity with the software. ChatGPT, an AI language model developed by OpenAI, can be utilized to build a second layer into EMRs to provide a more efficient and user-friendly interface for searching and retrieving data.

A Strategy for Implementing ChatGPT into EMRs:

ChatGPT can be integrated into EMRs to enable Natural Language Processing (NLP) searches. This would allow physicians to ask questions about patients in a conversational manner and receive relevant information in a prompt and accurate manner. The AI system can be trained on medical terminology and concepts to enable it to understand and respond to medical queries. Additionally, ChatGPT can also be integrated with application programming interfaces (API) of medical databases such as PubMed and Google Scholar to provide the latest clinical trial treatment options for patients.


The integration of ChatGPT into EMRs provides several benefits:

Improved efficiency: By using NLP searches, physicians can retrieve the information they need quickly and easily, saving time and increasing productivity.

Increased accuracy: The AI system’s ability to understand medical queries and retrieve relevant information can reduce the risk of errors in decision making.

Improved patient care: The availability of the latest clinical trial treatment options through the integration of ChatGPT with medical databases can enhance the quality of care provided to patients.

In conclusion, ChatGPT can provide a valuable second layer to EMRs by enabling NLP searches and integrating with medical databases. This would result in a more efficient and accurate way of retrieving patient information, ultimately improving patient care. However, it’s important to note that ChatGPT is not a replacement for human physicians and should be used as a tool to assist in decision making rather than replace it.