Einstein Healthcare in Pennsylvania and Baptist Health in Kentucky have joined the Nuance Precision Imaging Network (PIN) for AI-powered point-of-care collaborative intelligence and empower their care teams with insights from diagnostic imaging at the point-of-care setting.

These two health systems are among the growing number of healthcare organisations across the nation using Nuance’s imaging platform for AI-powered insights.

These insights and communication tools help improve the diagnostic speed, accuracy, patient outcomes, and deliver better efficiency and less cost.

Nuance PIN has been designed to simplify, streamline, and secure the AI capabilities. It can easily integrate into the current systems to support better clinical decision-making, drive efficiency, and improve patient outcomes.

It connects over 12,000 healthcare facilities of all sizes in the US.

The platform provides radiologists and other specialists secure, workflow-integrated access to a complete ecosystem of third-party imaging AI solutions on a single enterprise platform, which can integrate to Nuance’s PowerScribe reporting solution, EHRs, and other clinical systems.

The full-spectrum health system, Baptist Health has nine hospitals, over 1,500 providers, along with more than 2,000 independent physicians across more than 400 points of care in Indiana and Kentucky.

It uses Nuance PIN for advancing its work in the treatment of dementia and multiple sclerosis.

Baptist Health chief medical information officer Dr Brett Oliver said: “The Nuance Precision Imaging Network accelerates our ability to extend AI-generated diagnostic imaging insights and clinical collaboration from the point-of-read in radiology right through to the point-of-care.

“Instead of needing to build and maintain the infrastructure needed to integrate advanced diagnostic tools into clinical workflows, we can take advantage of the Nuance solution to focus on delivering quality care, lowering costs, and improving patient access and outcomes for the communities we serve.”