Improving patient access to innovative treatments—through AI-powered disease detection, mobile workflow optimization, and care team coordination.
Automatically detect disease using AI and notify physicians in real time. Covering all major imaging modalities, including MRI, CT scan, ECG, and ultrasound.
>90% of Viz notifications are viewed within 5 minutes.
AI detection and notifications increase disease awareness and facilitates referral to more appropriate care pathways.
In-app workflow tools facilitate next steps and accelerate patients towards the right care pathway, diagnostic workup, and care.
Patients are automatically triaged to the most relevant specialist or care team, saving time, optimizing care and improving patient outcomes.
HIPAA-compliant image sharing and texting between HCPs and specialists facilitates the appropriate workup and specialized care.
alerts viewed in 5 minutes
In partnership with life science partners, Viz.ai builds a customized software module, powered by AI, to help detect disease earlier in more patients. And Viz.ai is there for the next step, directing the patient to the right specialist, which helps to increase access to life-saving treatments. As a comprehensive, end-to-end platform, Viz.ai represents a very strong value proposition for medtech and pharma, particularly in the specialty launch space.Read the White Paper
With Viz.ai the cardiology team can evaluate the acute stroke patients right at the bedside and assess candidacy for an internal loop recorder instead of waiting for the outpatient setting—preventing delays and follow-up fall outs.
Earlier awareness leads to faster treatment times. The Viz.ai technology facilitates this through improved communication.
With Viz.ai we are getting ‘white glove’ personal notifications and can intervene on the right person at the right time.
Dr. Sowmya Lakshminarayanan
Neurologist at Novant
Dr. Leesa Schwarz
Cardiology Advanced Practice Provider at University of Kentucky, Chandler Hospital
Brett Meyer, MD
Co-Director of UCSD Stroke Center and Clinical Director of Telehealth