AnMed Chooses XSOLIS' AI for Utilization Management in Its Hospital System

XSOLIS | February 01, 2023 | Read time : 02:00 min

AnMed Chooses

On January 31, 2023, AnMed has chosen XSOLIS, the artificial intelligence company supporting healthcare systems, to remodel its utilization management across its health systems.

The XSOLIS' CORTEX platform will share real-time clinical data across its connected network of providers and players. Due to the shortage of nursing staff and increased number of patients, a technology solution would provide accurate patient status from the beginning to minimize rejections and associated interactions with payers.

XSOLIS will centralize AnMed's operations, track work over its three hospitals, and connect its Physician Advisor and Utilization Management teams. In addition, CORTEX's advanced case management analytics and reporting efficiencies with AnMed's electronic medical record system will enhance the leverage time of the hospital systems.

Associate Vice President of Population Health at AnMed, Suzanne Wilson, said, "When evaluating next-generation utilization management platforms, XSOLIS was in a league of its own. The healthcare industry has reached a tipping point, where improved provider-payer relations are imperative to reduce administrative waste and unnecessary friction. XSOLIS will help us achieve just that through its innovative technology."

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Chief Financial Officer at AnMed, Christine Pearson, said, "This is a challenging time for provider organizations across the U.S. By providing an automated, objective view of medical necessity, XSOLIS will help increase the efficiency of our existing staff so that we can better serve our patients."

(Source – Cision PR Newswire)

CEO and Co-Founder at XSOLIS, Joan Butters, said, "There is a growing need for transformative solutions as providers continue to contend with a shortage of healthcare professionals and friction across the healthcare system. We're looking forward to helping AnMed transform their operations to work more efficiently internally, as well as with payer organizations."

(Source – Cision PR Newswire)


XSOLIS, the technology solutions and data science platform, serves hospitals and payer organizations nationwide for effective healthcare systemization, enhancing data-driven decision-making and collaboration with providers and payers. Its CORTEX, an AI platform, uses real-time predictive analytics to continuously objectify medical needs and care with appropriate settings. In addition, it offers patient status evaluation through health systems, reduces the administrative burden of hospitals, and increases automation between payers, health plans, and providers-sponsored health plans (PSHPs), inpatient as well as observation status.

About AnMed

AnMed, a non-profitable health system upstate in northeast Georgia and South Carolina, includes four hospital systems: AnMed Cannon in Pickens, AnMed Women's and Children's Hospital, and AnMed Rehabilitation Hospital with around 3,700 employees and 400 physicians. It provides routine care, urgent care as the requirement, life-saving emergency treatment, specialized care, home health visits, and virtual visits, as well as options to schedule an appointment, pay bills, volunteer, access medical records, donate, and find a job in its hospital systems.


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