DANVILLE, Penn. – Geisinger Medical Center will use Jvion’s artificial intelligence-powered Cognitive Clinical Success Machine to improve chronic obstructive pulmonary disease-related readmissions, as well as avoidable COPD admissions. “The integration of Jvion’s solution is another step in the Institute’s plan to transform health care delivery by improving quality, outcomes and patient experience, while optimizing efficiencies,” said Dr. Karen Murphy, executive vice president, CIO and founding director of the Steele Institute for Healthcare Innovation at Geisinger, in a statement. “Leveraging demonstrated AI, we hope to accelerate our path to preventing patient illness and deterioration, optimizing patient care and improving patient health outcomes. Our goal is to apply the capabilities of the machine to drive significant improvements for some of the largest and most debilitating challenges that we face as healthcare providers.” Jvion’s Cognitive Clinical Success Machine uses Eigen-based technology to ask a series of questions about a patient’s health and risk. For each question, the machine delivers an individual patient’s risk, the clinical and non-clinical factors propelling the risk, and the most effective actions or interventions to mitigate the risk.
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