BioDatAi and Krista Partner to Address Two of Healthcare’s Biggest Challenges – Interoperability and Automation
BioDatAi, an Integrated Platform (iPaaS) technology leader and subsidiary of Dallas-based Economic Transformation Technologies (ETT), is proud to announce its Strategic Partnership with Krista Software to collectively offer distinctively innovative automation and interoperability solution for healthcare.
BioDatAi has recently introduced its Intelligent Interoperability Platform, which enables interconnectivity between payers, providers, hospitals, and other health-related organizations through its comprehensive FHIR-enabled federated data architecture. This Platform not only delivers real-time integration of systems and data, but also provides its users the ability to draw upon common core services such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and other data sciences, to make data smart, predictive, real-time, and secure.
“As we work to extend the value of our Interoperability Platform to our healthcare clients, we’ve focused on identifying unique, ‘best-in-class’ technology partners that deliver differentiated capabilities that complement our offering … and we found that with Krista!” says Kelly Cook, CEO of BioDatAi. “Krista’s Intelligent Automation platform, exploiting its unique natural language understanding (NLU) interface, is one of the most capable and powerful automation technologies available within healthcare today.”
Krista is a first-of-its-kind automation platform that uses “conversation as its programming language”, combining process automation, AI/ML, and natural language processing to implement automated business workflows across multiple users and systems. As a result, Krista learns and delivers not just traditional clinical and administrative process optimization, but transformative end-to-end business outcomes across all facets of healthcare.
“We truly believe that with the integration of the unique capabilities that exist in both Krista and BioDatAi today, this partnership can deliver real game-changing services to the healthcare industry,” states John Michelson, Krista CEO. “The integration of BioDatAi’s industry-wide access and interoperability, partnered with Krista’s Intelligent Automation, creates the opportunity to redefine how healthcare stakeholders can integrate and operate cohesively, instead of independently, ultimately redefining how interoperability and automation can, and should, be done in healthcare.”
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