How Mayo, Cleveland Clinic + more are using AI to improve patient care

From using artificial intelligence to transcribe patient conversations to using the technology to improve value-based care, here are some ways hospitals and health systems are using artificial intelligence to improve patient care:

Editor's note: This is not an exhaustive list and is updated every few weeks. 

March 21-March 3:

  • Auburn (N.Y.) Community Hospital is using the artificial intelligence-powered GI Genius intelligent endoscopy tool to help clinicians detect polyps.

  • Cleveland Clinic and IBM's 10-year Discovery Accelerator partnership is using AI to search genome sequencing findings and large drug-target databases to find drugs that can help patients with Alzheimer's and other diseases.

  • Portland-based MaineHealth is piloting the use of Dragon Ambient Experience, a tool to record and transcribe patient conversations, from software and artificial intelligence company Nuance.

  • Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic has started working with to use artificial intelligence to improve value-based care for providers and health plans.

  • New York City-based Weill Cornell Medicine is partnering with healthcare artificial intelligence company Hatchleaf to use machine learning and AI to match patients with providers.

Feb. 9-Jan. 31 

  • Health systems including Rochester, Minn-based Mayo Clinic, Gainesville, Fla.-based UF Health and Somerville, Mass.-based Mass General Brigham have received a $23.5 million grant to advance the use of artificial intelligence in intensive care units.

  • University of Miami Health System is working with artificial intelligence company Darvis to streamline its supply chain operations.

  • Durham, N.C.-based Duke Health is creating the Algorithm-Based Clinical Decision Support Oversight Committee to provide guidance and overview of predictive artificial intelligence algorithms in healthcare.

  • Peoria, Ill.-based OSF HealthCare has partnered with venture builder High Alpha Innovation and Alpine Health Systems to launch an AI-based discharge platform that can identify patients who may be at risk of longer hospital stays.

  • Anderson, S.C.-based AnMed is launching an artificial intelligence-powered workflow automation system through a partnership with Xsolis. AnMed will integrate the company's Cortex platform into its EHR to help ensure appropriate patient status with the goal of avoiding denials.

  • Nashville, Tenn.-based Ardent Health Services is partnering with Accenture to utilize UKG Dimensions, an artificial intelligence-powered workforce management tool, across its network of 30 hospitals.

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