Telehealth company MediOrbis announced a partnership with Kahun, which offers an AI-enabled digital intake tool that conducts clinical assessments via a chatbot and provides recommendations for further evaluation.
MediOrbis, an Ohio-based multi-specialty telehealth company, offers chronic disease management and remote patient monitoring services, a medical weight loss program, virtual primary care, integrated specialty care and on-demand urgent care.
Kahun’s AI-based tool performs clinical assessment based on a patient’s intake answers and the company’s proprietary map with 30 million medical insights. It then provides a summary to the physician with potential areas of concern that may need to be addressed before a patient’s visit.
“We focus on improving patient engagement and enhancing the patient experience with telehealth services that answer market demand for more accessible, affordable specialty care,” Dr. Jonathan Wiesen, cofounder and chief medical officer of MediOrbis, said in a statement. “We continually seek to innovate and develop meaningful programs that impact the health and well-being of individuals throughout the world while serving the fiduciary and financial concerns of our growing customer base.”
Kahun announced in September that it garnered $8 million in seed funding, bringing the company’s total raise to $13 million.
Google is another company offering provider-facing tools to help clinicians. The tech giant provides Care Studio, a search tool that allows providers to access information across EHRs used in a health system and find relevant data.
It later added Conditions to its portfolio, an AI-backed tool that summarizes a patient’s medical needs, highlighting acute conditions and identifying missing information.