Notable Assistant makes it easy for health systems to rapidly deliver concierge care for every patient
SAN MATEO, Calif. – September 12, 2023 – Notable, the leading automation platform for patient engagement and staff workflows, launched Notable Assistant, a first-of-its-kind patient assistant designed to expand access to healthcare information and services using large language models (LLMs) and conversational AI. Built on the rich data at the heart of the Notable platform, Patient AI, Notable Assistant introduces an accessible experience, in which every patient has a personal guide navigating them through the intricacies of the healthcare system.
Today, patients prefer to use digital tools for basic tasks like finding a doctor or scheduling an appointment. Notable research found that 70% of patients who tried online scheduling were redirected to a phone call. Tasks that should be simple quickly become cumbersome as patients are pushed to overloaded call centers. It doesn’t have to be this way.
“Patients today struggle just to get access to care and to navigate their way through the maze of the healthcare system,” said Aaron Neinstein, Chief Medical Officer at Notable. “With Assistant, patients can use their native language to manage their care and access the information they need, quickly, without having to pick up the phone. By putting large language models to work to eliminate administrative barriers to care, we are taking meaningful steps to rebuild the patient-physician relationship.”
Notable Assistant allows any health system to provide a single, AI-powered entry point to their services and information through their website, mobile application, or portal. Using content from a health system’s website, call scripts, existing staff workflows, and EHR data, Notable Assistant allows patients to:
“Large language models have tremendous potential to elevate the experience we provide patients and unlock expanded access,” said Kristen Guillaume, Vice President and Chief Information Officer at North Kansas City Hospital & Meritas Health. “With Notable Assistant, we can create a personalized, responsive healthcare journey for each of our patients.”
Notable Assistant enables health systems to increase patient acquisition because patients can easily find clinicians who can meet their healthcare needs. For healthcare organizations, Notable Assistant:
“At Notable we are committed to simplifying and optimizing healthcare for humanity. We strive to enable a world where people can navigate the complexities of healthcare without phone calls or faxes, and in a personalized manner,” said Pranay Kapadia, CEO and Co-Founder at Notable. “The addition of the Notable Assistant to our platform continues to set the bar for outcomes our health system partners can achieve. It allows them to deliver a differentiated patient experience and enable their care team members to practice at the top of their license, all while embracing the latest in AI in a safe and responsible way.”
To learn more about Notable Assistant, visit www.notablehealth.com/assistant
To see Notable Assistant in action, visit our demo site at: http://www.pcmahealth.org/
Attending Becker's Health IT + Digital Health + RCM Annual Meeting in October? Visit Notable in Meeting Room 1 to learn more about Assistant.
Notable is the leading automation platform for patient engagement and staff workflows. Deployed at over 3,000 sites of care, Notable automates over a million repetitive workflows every day across scheduling, registration, intake, referrals, and authorizations. The result: personalized, streamlined care for patients, the elimination of burdensome manual work for caregivers, and improved financial health for healthcare providers. Based in San Mateo, Calif., Notable is backed by leading investors, including ICONIQ Growth, Greylock Partners, F-Prime, Oak HC/FT, Maverick Ventures, and 8VC. Find out why healthcare providers of all sizes, including Intermountain Health, Medical University of South Carolina, North Kansas City Hospital, and more have partnered with Notable to redefine what’s possible in healthcare at www.notablehealth.com.
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