Hatchleaf, a healthcare artificial intelligence (AI) company, today announced its partnership with Weill Cornell Medicine to use machine learning and AI to efficiently match patients with the provider with the most appropriate experience to treat their medical condition.
Hatchleaf is dedicated to solving the costly problem of premature and often inaccurate patient referrals that waste time and money on healthcare providers. The Company anticipates that its novel and unique platform will efficiently and effectively identify the right provider for a given patient across multiple medical specialties with less cost and effort than currently required. In this way, patients, providers and resources can be intelligently coordinated to optimize patient care.
“We are pleased to be working with the Office of the Chief Information Officer at WCM to reduce healthcare costs and increase provider and patient satisfaction,” said Dr. Arun Rai, President and Co-Founder of Hatchleaf. “We firmly believe that our platform has the capacity and opportunity to truly transform the way patients are cared for, achieve the fourfold goal of provider and patient satisfaction, reduce healthcare costs and improve care to improve. As a provider, I believe this has the power to transform the healthcare ecosystem as we know it.”