Temple Health is introducing Aidoc’s suite of AI solutions that has been shown in clinical research to help appropriately reduce patient length of stay, a metric strongly correlated with the cost of patient care.
NEW YORK, November 1, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Aidoc, the leading provider of AI healthcare solutions, has announced a partnership with Temple Health (“Temple“) to integrate the Aidoc AI Care platform to reduce costs of care. Aidoc AI solutions, implemented in all facilities of the healthcare system, target the cardiovascular, neuroscience and radiology service lines to optimize clinical operations by identifying the most needing interventions; simplify communication between critical care teams; prioritize patients with suspected urgent medical conditions, and help reduce the length of stay for patients in healthcare system hospitals.
An American hospital association report since April revealed that 33% of hospitals operated with negative margins, with an average length of patient stay (an average cost of over $ 2,000 per patient, per day) grows by just under 10% and the shortage of health workers increases the cost of labor by 20%. Healthcare systems are turning to technologies such as AI to increase operational efficiency, support high quality care and reduce costs. Aidoc’s AI solutions for medical imaging have shown they could help reduce hospital patients duration of stay within 1.3 days for patients suffering from brain hemorrhages and 2.07 days for patients suffering from lung blood clots. In a clinic subject of studyIn a retrospective review, Aidoc’s AI solution for coordinating cardiovascular care could have caught an additional 72% of patients who deserved medical advice for a pulmonary blood clot who did not receive one from the unaided medical team of AI.
“As the challenges of sustaining high-quality care delivery continue to grow, we at Temple Health continue to seek solutions that accomplish two things: support our physicians in improving clinical efficiency and reduce the overall costs of providing the cures, “he says Nick J. Barcelona, MBA, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Temple Health. “At Aidoc we have found a collaborator and a platform whose solutions have demonstrated in both research and real-life clinical settings the ability to do just that. We believe these AI solutions, both for medical imaging and coordination assistance, they will give our doctors the tools they need to streamline clinical processes. “
Temple University The hospital is a hospital with a safety net for the local community in which it serves Philadelphia and integrated many of Aidoc’s FDA-cleared AI medical imaging solutions. By extension, that of the temple interspecial care response teams have integrated Aidoc’s care coordination solutions, which enable clinicians to reach the right patient and clinical setting faster, and help capture more patients in need of interventions that might otherwise have been delayed.
“As a hospital with a safety net, Temple University The hospital plays a vital role in his North Philadelphia Community. Supports Aidoc AI that of the temple mission by supporting high-quality care for every patient at every stage of their healthcare journey, “he says Demetri Giannikopoulos, vice president of innovation at Aidoc. “We believe that by integrating artificial intelligence, health systems like Temple it can help empower the community with state-of-the-art healthcare and reduce service costs at the same time. “
Note: The research and case studies referenced in this press release were not conducted at Temple.
Aidoc is the leading provider of AI healthcare solutions that enable clinicians to accelerate patient treatment and improve efficiency. Aidoc’s AI-based solutions analyze medical images immediately after the patient’s scan, suggesting to prioritize time-sensitive pathologies, as well as enabling multidisciplinary team workflows to reduce response times, reduce duration hospital stay and improve overall patient outcomes.
On the health of the temple
Temple University Health system (Temple Health) is a $ 2.4 billion academic health system dedicated to providing access to quality care for patients and supporting excellence in medical education and research. Includes temple health Temple University Hospital (TUH) – Main Campus; TUH-Episcopal Campus; TUH-Jeanes Campus; TUH-Northeast Campus; Temple University Hospital – Outpatient Department of Fox Chase Cancer Center; TUH-Northeast Endoscopy Center; The Hospital of Fox Chase Cancer Center, along with the Institute for Cancer Research, an NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center; Fox Chase Cancer Center Medical Group, Inc., the Fox Chase Cancer Center hospital medical practice plan; Temple Transport Team, a ground and ambulance company; Temple Physicians, Inc., a network of community-based primary care and specialist physicians; and Temple Faculty Practice Plan, Inc., Temple Health’s medical practice plan. Temple Health is affiliated with Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University.
Temple Health refers to the health, educational and research activities carried out by the Temple Health affiliates and the Katz School of Medicine. Temple Health does not provide or control the provision of health care. All health care is provided by member organizations or independent health care providers affiliated with Temple Health’s member organizations. Each Temple Health member organization is owned and operated according to its government records.
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