Mayo Clinic works with AI startup focused on prior authorizations

Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic has started working with a company that uses artificial intelligence to improve value-based care for providers and health plans. employs AI and machine learning for functions like prior authorizations and utilization management. The company was picked for Mayo Clinic Platform Accelerate and will use the opportunity to prove the efficacy of its algorithms on an independent data source, it said in a March 13 news release shared with Becker's.

"We are thrilled to partner with Mayo Clinic and be a part of the Mayo Clinic accelerator program," said Amber Nigam, CEO of "This partnership will allow us to further develop our technology and expand our reach to more payers and patients."

One of the startup's advisors is James Roosevelt Jr., the former CEO of Tufts Health Plan.

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