USA Health Children’s & Women’s Hospital has begun to use AdaptX’s Obstetrics Advisor solution, an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered system designed to enhance maternal health equity.
The AI-driven solution has been developed by AdaptX, a clinical management solutions company.
It leverages electronic medical records (EMRs) to help clinicians identify and address quality issues, including racial and language disparities.
The system allows for adjustments to treatments and workflows, thereby improving patient care.
USA Health Children’s and Women’s Hospital women’s services director Vicki Curtis said: “AdaptX is transforming the way we approach maternal health equity.
“With self-serve data insights from AdaptX, we are able, for the first time, to rapidly identify and address disparities in care.
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“AdaptX’s real-time perspective is helping our team generate the awareness, focus, and hope we need to deliver improvements for our patients.”
This initiative is supported by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) and Merck for Mothers, with USA Health receiving change management training from IHI to improve health equity.
AdaptX’s self-serve clinical management solution claims to help healthcare leaders address capacity, quality, equity, burnout, and efficiency challenges.
AdaptX CEO Warren Ratliff said: “The AdaptX team is honoured to partner with USA Health and the IHI to improve maternal health equity.
“Our priority is to enable clinicians to diagnose and address disparities in care, and our team is inspired by the dedication of USA Health’s obstetrics team.
“We are deeply grateful for the partnership and support of the IHI and Merck for Mothers in this important work.
“Together, we will deepen our understanding of risks during the postpartum period and reduce inequities in morbidity and mortality.”
AdaptX helps health systems to enhance patient care and financial outcomes using the AI-driven Mission Control Center.
USA Health is an academic health system offering medical care, including trauma and stroke centres, NICU, maternal-foetal medicine, and cancer treatment facilities.
Based in Boston, IHI is a not-for-profit organisation working to improve health and healthcare systems worldwide.