Companies claim mobile decision support app makes EHRs faster
Praxify and NTT Data Services have entered into a partnership that will offer hospitals and health systems in NTT Data Services’ client base Praxify’s MIRA technology, a mobile tool that works with existing electronic health records to enhance clinical workflows.
Monetary terms of the deal were not released.
MIRA uses machine learning algorithms and a voice-enabled digital assistant with the aim of reducing charting time for clinicians while also providing them with clinical insights at the point of care.
“NTT Data Services offers a comprehensive set of high-value healthcare IT services that perfectly complement our business,” said Ram Sahasranam, president and co-founder of Praxify. “This partnership expands our access and bolsters our ability to save time for clinicians while delivering better clinical and financial outcomes for healthcare organizations.”
Launched in February at the HIMSS17 conference, MIRA is a mobile app that integrates with an organization’s EHR, designed to make the EHR faster and easier for clinicians to use. MIRA, according to Praxify, speeds up and improves the chart review process by collecting, analyzing and displaying relevant patient data in a personalized, user-friendly interface. MIRA also helps clinicians complete documentation and orders more quickly, Praxify said, through its voice-enabled digital assistant and context-aware adaptable templates.