Microsoft invests in AI virtual health platform: 4 details

Microsoft's venture fund invested in a digital health company focused on virtual care, according to a Nov. 30 news release.

Four details:

1. M12, Microsoft's venture fund, led a Series A funding round for Andor Health, which has an artificial intelligence and machine learning-powered virtual health platform called ThinkAndor.

2. ThinkAndor's virtual assistant can bring relevant EHR information into virtual health sessions. It also uses natural language processing for voice-dictated notes and recommends tasks to push into the EHR.

3. The platform also manages the virtual waiting room and provides post-visit notifications for clinicians and care team members.

4. Andor Health aims to use the funding to expand into new markets and further develop technology to automate workflows.

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