The Health verticals we specialize in
Artificial Intelligence is now a valuable asset for companies looking to achieve sustainable technology transformations and gain a measurable competitive advantage in today’s fast-changing healthcare market.
Nowadays, businesses and medical institutions are compelled to search for profitable new ways to integrate technologies at the core of their value chain to deliver more value and contain costs more efficiently. Custom development of AI solutions allows companies to achieve this with measurable results without disrupting their current operating models while achieving superior clinical outcomes.
WHAT IF AI could systematically identify claims and correct errors while avoiding ineffective interventions and unnecessary resources spending?
Audit processes require a great deal of time as well as human and financial resources. By using AI-driven risk stratification, payers no longer have to examine every atypical claim and can simply focus on those few cases that have the greatest potential for successful interventions. Machine learning streamlines the overall claim management process and helps minimize fraud and overall costs.
WHAT IF machines could draft documents, respond autonomously to inquiries, process requests, fill out claims, answer frequently asked questions, auto-populate forms and provide applicants with instructions for next steps?
Standard policies and repetitive procedures can now be exclusively managed by machines, empowering employees to focus only on rewarding tasks. Integrating AI technologies across government functions is about saving time, communicating smarter, and offering answers and services around the clock.
WHAT IF scientists and researchers could see clearly through unstructured and complex data streams, find better diagnostic agents, identify new drug targets and discover ingenious ways to broaden the spectrum of late-stage drug candidates?
AI technology has the power to impact drug discovery, it’s development process and the long-term costs associated with it. With machine learning and big data capabilities we now have unique tools to unearth new relationships between molecular, clinical and patient data.
Artificial Intelligence is the starting point for all future transformation, disruption and competitive advantages in today’s fast-changing healthcare market.
WHAT IF we could use cloud-based technologies, digital systems, medical devices and wearable tech to capture real-time biometric data, gain unique physiological insights and take action when it matters most?
Integration of Artificial Intelligence allows businesses to focus on outcomes rather than spend time and resources collecting data and strategic information. We can now empower science-based and technology-focused companies with unique AI capabilities to help them deliver always more personalized products and services.
WHAT IF we could streamline how patients are triaged even before they come to the emergency room, connect seamlessly doctors and multidisciplinary teams and predict confidently clinical outcomes?
AI and machine learning represent powerful medical tools to automate repetitive tasks, improve clinical processes, simplify patient management and optimize existing care delivery models. More importantly, AI is about resource management, avoiding duplication of processes, shortening patient hospitalizations and decreasing the overall costs of care.
WHAT IF we could offer patients highly personalized medical care, reduce their hospitalization time and manage their medication, sleep and nutritional habits while keeping them connected to their healthcare provider between medical visits?
AI platforms connecting patients to clinical settings provide patients with next-best actions tailored to their medical conditions helping them to actively take charge of their health with intelligent guidance and medical support.
WHAT IF AI could help us develop new approaches and innovative technology solutions to address challenges common to both deep-space and remote health care environments here on earth?
AI can contribute to the mitigation of radiation effects, improve behavioral health under stressful conditions like isolation and confinement, develop new products to improve nutrition for health and performance, build new solutions to minimize the impact of microgravity on the eyes, lymphatic system, bones, renal function and sleep. AI technology can help solve medical challenges that will guarantee the safety of an entire crew on long journeys well above low earth orbit.
WHAT IF AI could help promote healthier behavior and contribute to the proactive management of healthy lifestyles empowering consumers with control of their health and well-being?
The proliferation of consumer wearables and other medical devices combined with AI can now be confidently applied to oversee early-stage disease, enabling doctors and other caregivers to monitor and detect potentially life-threatening episodes at earlier, more treatable stages. AI is capable of identifying patients at risk of developing a condition secondary to lifestyle, environmental, genomic, or other factors and help with appropriate and timely decisions, through predictive analytics and better clinical decision-making
WHAT IF AI could help search doctors’ notes and pathology reports for people who would be eligible to participate in a given clinical trial?
AI offers promising approaches to more streamlined processes, exploiting new digital clinical endpoints and identifying better treatment responses biomarkers. AI technology allows for pro-active patient monitoring, improves safety and efficacy while reducing toxicity and adverse events. AI technology offers greater insights into the patient journey via sensors and connected devices and can transform how clinical trials can deliver solid outcomes in a fraction of the time it currently takes.