XSOLIS, the artificial intelligence (AI) technology company creating a more efficient healthcare system, today announced that OSF HealthCare, headquartered in Peoria, Illinois, has selected CORTEX® as its new usage management and verification platform. The not-for-profit hospital system, which serves communities across Illinois and Michigan, will implement XSOLIS’ AI and machine learning capabilities across its 15 hospitals to improve staff efficiency for both application management (UM) nurses and medical advisors.
“We were looking for a usage management platform that could do it all, and XSOLIS offers the most comprehensive solution on the market,” said Hoa Cooper, vice president of care management at OSF HealthCare. “With XSOLIS’ technology, we can more easily measure our collective performance to achieve better results.”
OSF was looking for a technology platform that would reduce clinical rejections, improve patient status determination, and manage length of stay. CORTEX offers an all-in-one solution that streamlines any UM workflow and reporting while providing real-time feedback and data transparency to improve communication between OSF and payers in its network.
“Removing administrative waste has never been more important as the healthcare industry continues to face staffing shortages and increasing caseloads,” said Laurie Hurwitz, senior vice president of revenue cycle at OSF HealthCare. “XSOLIS equips us with the technology to help us increase efficiencies while maintaining the high quality patient care that is essential to our operations.”
XSOLIS will enable OSF HealthCare to transition from its manual case management processes while providing enhanced data insights for continuous performance assessment. CORTEX’s powerful AI and machine learning analytics, predictive capabilities around length of stay determination, and the ability to provide real-time updates on patient status to improve case prioritization have propelled the solution to the top of the list for OSF.
“The healthcare industry continues to recognize the benefits of integrating AI into backend processes on both the provider and payer side,” said Joan Butters, CEO and co-founder of XSOLIS. “We’re excited to help OSF HealthCare discover the value of data-driven technology and how it can be used to work more efficiently within their organization as well as in their external partnerships.”