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The first-ever Internet of Healthcare report, conducted by Wakefield Research on behalf of Olive, analyzes the state of AI and automation in healthcare. The report provides insights from patients, healthcare professionals, administrative staff and healthcare executives.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has affected healthcare in many ways, including how patients feel about and interact with their healthcare providers, it has also provided new pathways for nurses and other clinicians to build trust with their patients.
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The Library offers solutions from Olive as well as a broad ecosystem of developers and partners to build the Internet of Healthcare, together
Company reaches 1,000 employees and announces the appointment of two new board members
Healthcare has increasingly been looking to artificial intelligence to solve many of the industry’s problems, but artificial intelligence is a broad term that actually encompasses many different technologies.
“Internet of Healthcare Report” reveals it’s not humanly possible to keep up with the demands placed on humans in healthcare
Until now, entrepreneurs were forced to battle long sales cycles, security audits and compliance requirements — without ever having the chance to complete a pilot. Today, Olive, the automation company creating the Internet of Healthcare, launched Olive Ventures, a strategic in-house studio focused on creating revolutionary companies and specialized products for the healthcare industry.
Healthcare automation company uses AWS capabilities to improve healthcare efficiency and reduce costs for patients and providers
With more than 900 U.S. hospital customers, Olive adds a clearinghouse to the Internet of Healthcare for providers and payers to ease administrative costs with automation.