– Healthcare services company for physicians Altais partners with Notable Health to use intelligent automation to enhance the patient experience.
– Notable Health’s A.I.-driven platform uses Apple Watches and smartphone devices to advance physician-patient communications and streamline administrative tasks.
– Notable’s AI-powered platform is a game-changer for clinicians previously spending hours on redundant administrative tasks. The platform—which seamlessly integrates with legacy EHR systems—acts as a smart, virtual workforce, giving access to more real-time data while streamlining efficiencies.
Altais, a healthcare services company that helps physicians and the clinical community in collaboration with Blue Shield of California, today announced a partnership with Notable Health to use intelligent automation to enhance the patient experience and automate administrative workflows for physician practices. Together, the parties are collaborating to leverage Notable’s technology to bring workflow innovation to physicians, beginning with Blue Shield of California’s network physician partners.
Better Data Collection and Transfer Via Notable’s AI-Powered Platform
Notable’s technology reduces administrative overhead and enriches patient-clinician interactions through better data collection and transfer. Patients using the platform will benefit from a streamlined check-in process using their smartphone—starting with appointment reminders and insurance eligibility checks to self-assessment health surveys that can be pre-populated within a patient’s chart.
Using Apple Watch to Advance Physician-Patient Communication
During the visit, doctors no longer must type in reams of content to the electronic health record (EHR). Instead, they will use Notable’s wearable technology supported by an Apple Watch, to document physician-patient discussions. The technology uses machine learning and natural language processing to parse the conversation down to its relevant pieces and accurately insert facts onto the patient’s electronic file. Post-visit, the artificial intelligence (AI)-powered technology optimizes charting efficiency by ensuring the proper entry of orders and procedures to generate clean claims.
For example, doctors at the Paradise Medical Group (PMG) in Paradise, Calif. will soon begin using the Apple Watches and Notable technology to support patients’ visits. PMG is the first Blue Shield partner to use the services, which are now available to network physicians.
“Deploying our technology will improve data quality and help Blue Shield of California partners spend less time documenting care and more time delivering care,” said Pranay Kapadia, CEO, and co-founder of Notable Health. “We know that better data empowers better outcomes, and we’re bridging the data divide between patients, their physicians, and payers.”