Cincinnati health system partners with Columbus unicorn
One of Greater Cincinnati’s largest health care systems is partnering with a Columbus-based unicorn to open a new on-site AI-powered command center that could help drive increased automation.
TriHealth, which operates six hospitals in the region, including its flagships Good Samaritan in University Heights and Bethesda North in Montgomery, this week announced a partnership with Olive AI Inc., one of the state’s fast-growing health care IT startups. Olive will implement an “ alphasite” at TriHealth’s offices in Norwood, or an on-site AI command center that will deploy and manage AI workers to help the health system automate tasks.
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Written by Liz Engel.
Originally published May 7, 2021.
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