Oracle expands healthcare platform

Oracle added a generative artificial intelligence service to its suite of cloud applications, services and analytics capabilities for healthcare customers on March 12.

Oracle Health Data Intelligence, formerly HealtheIntent, added a generative AI service for more efficient care management as well as new capabilities to improve system performance, pre-built clinical quality analytics and automated alerts with the goal of increasing reimbursements and supporting better care. The platform is powered by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and includes information from the EHR, alongside other data sources.

The generative AI service summarizes patient histories for care managers and the company's expanded clinical quality content helps providers identify care gaps. The Oracle Health EHR will now automate alerts about care gaps for individuals so clinicians can take action. Oracle Health Data Intelligence also has more pre-built analytics in areas such as chronic conditions, childhood wellness and immunization.

Early adopters of Oracle Health Data Intelligence report 9% to 12% cost reductions per member per month for commercial customers and a five-times increase in care gaps being closed within three years. The health systems also noted an average of 40% to 60% increase in annual wellness visits per provider per year after implementing the platform.

The Oracle Health Data Intelligence platform aims to bring together the ecosystem of providers, payers, public health organizations, government agencies and researchers with customized analytics and AI capabilities. The platform has pre-built regulatory and risk management services as well as unified population patient data.

Stony Brook (N.Y.) Medicine has used Oracle Health Data Intelligence as a strategic asset across clinical and operational functions.

"Moving forward, we view Oracle Health Data Intelligence not just as a tool but as a catalyst for transformation," said April Feld, DNP, RN, director of care management at Stony Brook Medicine, in a news release. "Leveraging recent updates, including the power of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and generative AI, we believe Oracle Health Data Intelligence will shape the future of data-driven healthcare – helping us to better understand and manage complex patient information to more effectively and efficiently deliver care at an individual and population level."

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