UAE—Innovaccer, the premier health data platform that accelerates healthcare innovation, has unveiled InScribe at Arab Health 2024 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
This AI tool, Incribe, transcribes, analyzes, and summarizes discussions between healthcare practitioners and patients in outpatient settings.
This contributes to higher-quality results in population health, customer relationship management, patient engagement, value-based care, self-service analytics, and other areas.
In addition to transcribing and analysis, InScribe employs powerful AI technology to provide encounter notes and clinical insights for doctors to consider, such as quality of care gaps, coding gaps, and probable diagnoses.
This revolutionary technology has two separate offerings: enterprise and individual tools, which include the InNote with Innovaccer’s point-of-care assistant for clinicians and a standalone web-based tool with a mobile companion app, respectively.
The enterprise integration with InNote enhances the InNote user experience by providing relevant documentation and clinical insights derived from EHR and claims data.
The individual version is intended for sole practitioners and small provider groups. The tool’s user-friendly interface allows users to sign up and begin using it in minutes.
Speaking at the launch, Abhinav Shashank, cofounder and CEO of Innovaccer, stated that the InScribe demonstrates the company’s commitment to investing in and developing AI technologies that ensure high-quality healthcare data, ensuring providers have the right data in the right place at the right time.
He went on to say that the launch perfectly complements their forward-thinking approach, which focuses on the key pillar of enhancing productivity by transitioning from burnout to AI-driven productivity, simplifying healthcare delivery, and improving care quality and patient experience.
According to Shashank, InScribe is a game-changing technology for Middle Eastern healthcare organizations that can lower physicians’ administrative load and shift their time back to their patients, allowing for a quick advance toward achieving Vision 2030 across the region.
InScribe’s AI technology has been particularly created and contextualized for healthcare, resulting in accurate and trustworthy documentation.
Innovaccer maintains its aim of pioneering AI-powered solutions that change healthcare workflows, while InScribe expands its portfolio of healthcare technology solutions.
In addition to InScribe, Innovaccer will unveil three new AI solutions to assist the Middle East in achieving Vision 2030: Sara for Insights, Sara for Care Management, and Sara for Experience Centre.
Sara for Care Management enables care coordinators to spend more time with patients by assisting with paperwork and care planning, while Sara for Insights provides executives and analysts with rapid answers to complicated inquiries in plain English.
Sara for Experience Centre optimizes workflows and improves consumer engagement for contact center personnel through job automation and process optimization, resulting in great customer care.