Northwell and Google Cloud partner to automate workflow, identify health risk factors
New York-based health system Northwell Health working with Google Cloud uses cloud technology and artificial intelligence to automate administrative processes and identify patient risk factors for early intervention.
The partnership will use Google technology to schedule, automatically contact payers, and generate patient medical information summaries. It will also use machine learning to help predict future likelihood as well as find risk factors among patients.
Additionally, Northwell plans to use Google’s cloud platform as it modernizes its technology infrastructure, with the goal of building a data platform that can summarize patient information from medical records. to help clinicians make care decisions.
“Digital transformation is critical to our long-term goals of further enhancing clinical excellence in our health system,” said President and CEO of Northwell Health, Michael Dowling said in a statement. “This partnership will help us deliver personalized experiences by securely and privately harnessing customer data to advance care, health and equity of care.” take care of our patients.”
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Northwell is not new to digital health. In October, the health system Announced partnership with Aegis Ventures about a venture focused on using AI to solve quality, equity, and cost issues in healthcare.
In April, they Launch Ascertain, a platform to help health systems develop and commercialize AI companies. The new project is starting with a tool that uses AI to predict the risk of developing preeclampsia, a potentially serious pregnancy complication.
Northwell also has its own venture arm, which has invested in startups like Conversa ảo virtual care platform and Replay health focuses on patient interaction.
Google is also no stranger to health care. One of its supplier-facing initiatives is Care room, a tool intended to organize a patient’s medical records and display relevant information. In March, it launch conditionsa feature that summarizes the patient’s medical condition and highlights missing data.
In 2019, news broke that Google had working on a patient data project with the Ascension health system, has raised privacy concerns. In a press release about the cloud partnership with Northwell, the companies said privacy and security “will be of paramount importance.”
“People want the same kind of seamless experiences and access to health care they have in other areas of their lives, and healthcare providers need to meet those needs.” while also running the organization more efficiently,” Joe Miles, chief operating officer, global healthcare and life science solutions for Google Cloud, said in a statement. “Northwell Health is leading the way in innovation and interoperability to transform health and wellness for millions of New Yorkers.”