Audia offers an artificial intelligence-based patient triage software. It helps navigate live patient interviews, ensuring that you ask the right questions and reach the right conclusions in time to make a difference.
$750 billion was spent on diagnostic errors in 2018, roughly amounting to 30% of annual healthcare expenditure.
Failing to ask the right questions at the right time can dramatically increase the risk your patient’s safety. Audia efficiently guides you through an accurate and efficient consultation.
12 million patients seeking outpatient care will experience some form of misdiagnosis and 4 million medical errors every year have the potential to result in serious harm, or even death.
Audia is constantly listening to both sides of a medical consultion, analyzing the questions asked and answers given.
Every time Audia is used by a medic operating a valid protocol, Audia learns from the questions asked and the answers provided, to fine-tune the prioritization process and reach higher detection rates with fewer misdiagnoses.
Corti tracks every question asked, answer received and symptom detected during an interview, establishing which questions lead to the most efficient and most valuable answers.
01. Reduce risk of liability
Make sure the right questions are asked at the right time and ensure fewer mistakes for lower risk
02. Auto-detect critical incidents
Detect critical cases in real-time, like a stroke or haemorrhage, saving lives from day one
03. Decrease over- and under-triaging
Find patterns that can lower over and under triaging of patients
04. Automatic quality assurance
Audia automatically builds a quality assurance report of each patient consultation, reducing administration time
05. Faster Triaging
Reduce up to 25% of time spent on questioning
06. Auto-flagging critical cases
Receive assistance in flagged cases that Audia fears could be under-triaged
Efficiently guides interviewers through an accurate and efficient triage session with intuitive and customizable protocol flows.
Audia automatically monitors the extent to which interviewers stick to protocols and finds ways to support the medic to stay on track, or deviate when needed.
State-of-the-art call recording
Not only will you get the interview recorded with Audia; the interview record is automatically mapped to AI insights from the audio file.
Leading speech recognition
Corti’s proprietary speech recognition outperforms all other systems on the market. Audia detects rate-of-speech and understands the true sentiment of the conversation, assisting medics to infer meaning.
Machine learning enables advanced adaptive triage suggestions. When symptoms are detected, relevant protocols are suggested to the interviewer to accelerate diagnosis speed and reduce call duration.
Comparing our solution to traditional providers
Traditional triaging provider
Guide call-takers through pre-defined conversation-flows
Integrate easily with the majority of today’s state-of-the-art CAD-technologies
Tailor international best-practices to your local needs without relying on a single protocol-standard
Create and implement new protocols in crisis-situations with just a few clicks
Automatic detection of relevant keywords and descriptors - being a 2nd pair of ears for call-takers
Improve the quality and time-to-detection for critical incidents (eg OHCA, Stroke, Sepsis) through a supporting AI
Automatically suggest the best and shortest pathway to reach a conclusion - based on the questions being asked and keywords being detected
Assess continuously the efficiency of certain question groupings and adapt protocols based on that
Provide direct post-call-feedback to call-takers regards protocol-adherence, speed of talking and the sentiment
Corti is changing healthcare worldwide
Partner with us to benefit from the endless possibilities that Corti can provide to your healthcare organization.
F. Lippert, Md
CEO of EMS Copenhagen and Corti Customer
SFD Medic One, Seattle
Wellington Free Ambulance
European Emergency Number Association
Corti integrates seamlessly with your existing phone systems, recording calls without disrupting or interfering with the signal.