Tampa General Hospital (TGH) in the US has deployed Andor Health’s ThinkAndor Virtual Hospital in its inpatient setting to enhance patient care with artificial intelligence (AI)-driven technology.

TGH initially implemented ThinkAndor into its Medical ICU and plans to expand its use to other care team members, optimising patient care and the work environment for healthcare professionals.

ThinkAndor leverages AI to consolidate multiple endpoints into a single dashboard or connect with the hospital’s electronic medical record system.

TGH care teams can use it for provider-to-provider consultations, multidisciplinary calls, and to involve family members and caregivers in virtual conversations.

The platform also offers alerts for fall risk, elopement, and patient movement, and can be used for remote patient observations and specialist consultations.

TGH vice-president and chief medical informatics officer Dr Nishit Patel said: “ThinkAndor Virtual Hospital empowers our care teams with the ability to care for patients using the right clinical content and context remotely.

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“This platform allows us to continuously observe at-risk patients from anywhere, at any time, driving a collaborative practice while improving overall patient outcomes.”

The 1,040-bed TGH is a Level I trauma centre and comprehensive burn care facility in the US.

This hospital serves as the primary teaching hospital for the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine.

It houses the largest Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit on the West Coast of Florida and a nationally accredited comprehensive stroke centre.

The hospital offers a neonatal intensive care unit, a rehabilitation centre, and a network of outpatient primary care offices, imaging centres, and urgent care clinics.

TGH also opened a clinical command centre in partnership with GE Healthcare to improve real-time patient care coordination.