As part of the mission to deliver the benefits of its products to more patients globally and meet each customer’s unique requirements, RapidAI now partners with companies to bring RapidAI technology to more hospital environments through the RapidAI Technology Partner Program. The program is designed to ensure product compatibility and provide a path for healthcare solution providers to integrate and deliver advanced Rapid results through their products.
The RapidAI Technology Partner Program broadens the availability of RapidAI technology in more settings, including Mobile Stroke Units (MSUs) and the Angio Suite. It also expands access to Rapid results through more healthcare communication platforms, and increases the options for deployment and implementation of the Rapid platform—on premise or in the cloud.
RapidAI also launched the RapidAI API, which is designed to integrate Rapid notifications and results into a portfolio of workflow and medical communication applications used by healthcare providers to coordinate stroke care for optimal patient outcomes.
The RapidAI Technology Partner Program members include Allm, Ambra Health, Halo Communications, Mobile Heartbeat, Pulsara, Samsung Neurologica, Siemens Healthineers, Spok, and TigerConnect.
“It is great to see so many leaders in medical technology, workflow, and communications commit to bringing RapidAI technology to more hospital environments and help stroke teams achieve better patient outcomes,” said Don Listwin, CEO of RapidAI. “Every hospital is unique, and in a commitment to delivering Rapid their way, this is yet another path to provide more customer choice.”
Last fall, Ambra Health, makers of the leading medical image management suite, partnered with RapidAI. The partnership enables cloud deployment of the RAPID stroke imaging platform and secure sharing of RAPID images across networks utilizing Ambra’s Best-in-KLAS image exchange capabilities.