Notable Health Drives Regional Vaccine Distribution Strategies

Notable Health Drives Regional Vaccine Distribution Strategies

By utilizing Notable to digitalize and automate the identification, scheduling, outreach, and pre-visit intake workflows, NKCH vaccinates more patients faster by screening for risk factors and collecting informed consents before patients arrive onsite.

FREMONT, CA: Notable Health, the leading intelligent automation company for healthcare, has established a partnership with North Kansas City Hospital (NKCH) and its Meritas Health clinics to support COVID-19 vaccine distribution to Missouri residents. NKCH was selected as one of Missouri's 16 high throughput health providers and deployed Notable to scale their COVID-19 vaccination efforts through a coalition called Operation Safe.

Operation Safe was formed with the purpose of vaccinating up to 4,000 Missouri residents per day. Together, NKCH and Notable invited 40,000 patients in the first month of operation.

By utilizing Notable to digitalize and automate the identification, scheduling, outreach, and pre-visit intake workflows, NKCH vaccinates more patients faster by screening for risk factors and collecting informed consents before patients arrive onsite.

"Notable enables us to rapidly scale the progress that has been made so far," stated Kristen Guillaume, vice president and chief information officer at NKCH. "Intelligent automation has become vital for maximizing capacity and throughput while ensuring a positive patient experience, as we remove frustration from the process."

Utilizing a technology called Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR), Notable can train bots or "digital assistants" to scan an EMR for open appointment times for patients that meet eligibility criteria such as a patient's age or pre-existing health conditions.

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