Menlo Park, Calif. — June 16, 2020 — RapidAI, the worldwide leader in advanced imaging for stroke, today announced the launch of RapidAI Insights. A unique new analytics platform, RapidAI Insights presents Rapid® scan, treatment, and outcomes data to help hospitals and systems make more-informed business decisions, reduce costs across sites, while simultaneously improving patient outcomes, and saving more lives.
RapidAI Insights offers a portfolio of analytic reports and is a valuable solution for multi-site systems and referral networks looking to standardize stroke care processes and optimize operational efficiencies.
Optimizes operational efficiency and effectiveness: RapidAI Insights provides multi-site systems with the intelligence to help monitor the adoption of Rapid products and evaluate return-on-investment (ROI) across sites.
Improves processes for emergent stroke care: By combining operational, clinical, and imaging data, RapidAI Insights offers customized reports to deliver deep insights on patient care decisions, treatment effectiveness, and platform usage quality in helping to quickly diagnose and treat stroke patients leading to faster intervention and improved patient outcomes.
Increases usage and improves scan protocols: RapidAI Insights enables hospitals to monitor the usage of the Rapid platform by site and proactively ensure proper and consistent use of Rapid products across sites.
Enables easier data monitoring and security: RapidAI Insights gives hospital IT and security team members peace of mind on who has access to and is using Rapid products.
“At RapidAI we focus on helping hospitals save lives, save time and save money," said Don Listwin, CEO of RapidAI. “Developed with intelligence from over 1,500 sites already using Rapid, RapidAI Insights utilizes the massive amount of critical site and system-wide stroke imaging data to deliver hospitals a best-in-class analytic tool that informs their patient care, as well as the economics of their stroke care business. RapidAI Insights addresses the needs of clinicians, IT departments, and hospital administrators."
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"As an Interventional Neuroradiologist for a large system, I understand the tremendous value in seeing stroke imaging metrics across patients and our dozens of hospitals in multiple states," said Daniel P. Gibson, MD, and Director, Neurointerventional Surgery. "Analytics coming out of RapidAI Insights help us better understand the opportunities and challenges, which greatly benefit our patients, from the timeliness of care to informing how we handle transfer decisions. In parallel, it also helps our administrators better understand our work from a business perspective."