Israeli health technology company Aidoc has unveiled its new AI-powered patient management technology that improves clinic volumes and promotes patient care.

The advanced technology is designed to bridge gaps in healthcare delivery by providing identification and monitoring of patients requiring follow-up for incidental or chronic conditions.

Yale New Haven Hospital in Connecticut, US, has deployed the company’s aortic aneurysms (AA) patient management solution to improve its aortic aneurysm management programme.

At the hospital, the solution almost doubled the clinic volume for follow-up and decreased the time to intervention from 270 days to 58 days.

The patient monitoring tool also increased the number of interventions by 14% and reduced the aneurysm rupture rate by 62% from 1.3% to 0.5%.

Yale School of Medicine vascular surgery assistant professor Edouard Aboian said: “Aidoc’s comprehensive patient management platform has transformed our approach to patients with abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA).

“The integration of AI technology into our workflow has increased the number of AAA patients, improved long-term follow-up and greatly reduced the time to appointment and intervention.

“This technology has truly bridged the gap between radiologic findings and patient care, allowing us to provide timely and effective treatments.”

Aidoc said that its aiOS platform is designed to harness imaging-based and text-based solutions to help identify various medical conditions and connect patients to respective clinics.

The patient management solution uses text-based AI to create a complete view of each patient’s health and easily integrates with electronic health records (EHR).

The technology also supports clinicians in identifying both anticipated and incidental suspected findings and provides the information they need to deliver the right care at the right time.

It automatically categorises and sorts the patients by specific findings into relevant clinics, ensuring that specialists’ clinics are automatically populated with patients with specific needs.

The technology would reshape the landscape of medical diagnostics and patient management, and make healthcare more proactive, precise, and patient-centric, said the Israeli company.

Aidoc CEO Elad Walach said: “Our platform, with its diverse integrated solutions, doesn’t just enhance diagnostic precision, it revolutionizes the entire follow-up process, ensuring no patient falls through the cracks.

“By integrating comprehensive data analysis with clinical insights, we empower healthcare providers to deliver timely and effective care, ultimately setting a new benchmark for patient outcomes and operational efficiency.”