ai support for the ED
Targets the front door of the hospital — the Emergency Department — where 60-70% of patients nationwide are triaged to an ambiguous Emergency Severity Index Level 3, meaning the projected course of care is uncertain.
TriageGO™, tested and in operation at major hospitals, has resulted in more accurate assignment of triage levels, earlier identification of high-risk patients and an increased volume of low-risk patients directed to more efficient “fast-track” care pathways. This has proven to reduce time to emergent care and improve patient flow throughout the emergency department.Learn more
ai support for patient scheduling
AI software that, using data you already have, is able to predict the likelihood a patient will not keep a scheduled appointment.Learn more
ai support for community health outreach
A browser-based application linked to the facility Electronic Health Record that assigns and field-manages mobile support staff, e.g., coordinators, case managers. Combines automated documentation and data collection with an analytics platform to optimize your field resources. All involved can share the same scheduling screens on virtually any mobile device.Learn more
TriageGO™ NOW RUNNING AT THREE JOHNS HOPKINS EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS.
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Bayview Medical Center and Howard County General Hospital are now all running TriageGO™ in their ED’s. The three facilities combined see 180,000+ patients per year and have experienced significant improvement in triage accuracy, decreased times to emergent care and overall improvement in patient flow.Learn more
“EVERY HOSPITAL IS DIFFERENT. HOW IS USING ALL OF THIS DATA GOING TO HELP ME?”
A good question. A hospital in rural Pennsylvania, for example, may have a very different patient population than one in urban California. Although our AI software uses hundreds of thousands of data points, it most heavily weights your own and your region’s data in making recommendations. Our models are extensively calibrated for each facility individually.
THE AI TRIAGE SOFTWARE NOW IN USE AT MAJOR US HOSPITALS DOES COME AT A COST.
About $1 a patient.Learn more
BALTIMORE MEDICAL SYSTEM USING KnowSHOW™ FOR IMPROVED PATIENT ACCESS.
Baltimore Medical System is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) operating four separate clinics.
Stocastic’s KnowSHOW™ is now making possible early identification and targeted outreach to patients at high risk of missing their appointments. The system also helps strategically schedule and fill in open appointment times that likely will result from missed appointments.Learn more
OVER 65% OF ED PATIENTS ARE TRIAGED AS 3. WHY?
The purpose of triage is to differentiate between ED patients, not group them. Yet two thirds of all ED patients nationwide are triaged to level 3 – the ambiguous and least differentiating midpoint of the (high acuity through low acuity) 1 through 5 scale. As a result, triage doesn’t do what it should to prioritize and streamline patient care.
The overuse of level 3 occurs primarily because triage systems in use today are antiquated and largely based on projected resource use. With modern EDs having many resources at their fingertips, there is less differentiating.
TriageGO™ changes this by using a risk-centric model. As a result, there are fewer ambiguous 3’s the correct proportion of level 2’s and more low-acuity patients (levels 4 and 5) identified for efficient fast-track pathways.Learn more
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY REQUESTS CaseREACH™ FOR PANDEMIC RESPONSE.
During the pandemic, CaseREACH™ was rapidly deployed to support Southern Illinois University’s Pandemic Health Worker program throughout southern Illinois.
CaseREACH™, with its standardized documentation and scheduling capabilities, provided vulnerable clients with rapid phone support and evaluation in their homes during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.Learn more
TriageGO™ NOW LIVE AT YALE NEW HAVEN HEALTH EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT.
The Shoreline Medical Center ED, part of Yale New Haven Health, is the latest to install TriageGO™ in support of their up-front assessment processes.
Starting in Spring of 2021, Shoreline expects to join other leading institutions on the TriageGO™ platform with decreased patient wait times, decreased time to treatment and decreased variability in triage assignments.Learn more
WHAT IS AI?
The term artificial intelligence (AI) is appearing frequently in healthcare and has a variety of meanings depending on the particular subject and who’s saying it.
At Stocastic, AI specifically means the use of computers to scan vast amounts of data — from existing Electronic Health Records of similarly presenting patients — to allow clinicians to make more precise, better informed decisions on the spot, in real time.
Stocastic AI products are designed to work hand-in-hand with trained professionals, not replace them.
WHAT IS MACHINE LEARNING?
Machine Learning (ML) is a type of artificial intelligence that lets computers “learn” to improve their actions or decision-making based on past experience doing a task. To do this, ML draws from computer science, statistics, psychology, neuroscience, economics and control theory. The more data you provide, the more the model learns.