- H2O.ai and CDHI were honored with two Global Excellence Awards by AI Journal for their innovative use of AI in the public sector and intelligence automation in healthcare.
- Their Ref & Docs Innovation, an AI-powered technology that automates document processing at UCSF, is estimated to save 25,000 hours of staff time and 5,000 hours of clinician time annually.
- H2O.ai and CDHI are committed to democratizing AI in healthcare to improve patient outcomes, reduce costs, and enhance operational efficiency.
H2O.ai, the leading AI Cloud company, and its partner, The Center for Digital Health Innovation (CDHI) at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), have been honored with two Global Excellence Awards by AI Journal for their innovative use of AI in the public sector and intelligence automation in healthcare. The awards recognize H2O.ai and CDHI’s outstanding achievements and contributions to the advancement of AI and its application in the healthcare industry.
CDHI’s Ref & Docs Innovation, an AI-powered technology that automates the processing of documents coming into UCSF, was co-developed with H2O.ai. About 1.4 million faxes are received at UCSF annually, and the Refs & Docs 2.0.0 AI model is estimated to save more than 25,000 hours of staff time and 5,000 hours of clinician time annually. Currently in beta testing at the UCSF Pediatric Access Center, the Ref & Docs Innovation has the potential to revolutionize document processing in healthcare and reduce the administrative burden on healthcare staff.
H2O.ai is recognized for its commitment to democratizing AI and making it accessible to healthcare providers, researchers, and patients. Its platform helps organizations rapidly build world-class machine learning models and AI applications to deliver lasting impact for users across research, clinical, operational, and financial dimensions. Healthcare organizations like CDHI use H2O.ai’s platform to improve patient outcomes, reduce costs, and enhance operational efficiency.
CDHI is a leader in developing and implementing innovative digital health solutions that improve patient care, reduce healthcare costs, and enhance clinical outcomes. The center’s mission is to accelerate the adoption of digital health technologies and to foster collaboration between healthcare providers, industry partners, and academic researchers. CDHI’s cutting-edge research in AI, machine learning, and predictive analytics has resulted in the development of advanced clinical decision support tools and personalized treatment recommendations.
“We believe that AI has the power to transform healthcare and make it more accessible, affordable, and effective for all. We are proud to partner with organizations like CDHI to drive this transformation forward,” said Prashant Natarajan, Vice President of Healthcare Analytics at H2O.ai. H2O.ai and CDHI’s Ref & Docs Innovation is just one example of how AI can be used to improve healthcare outcomes and reduce costs.