The initiative is part of Marpai’s premium Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered services, and it sends customized messages and emails to subscribers when it is time to schedule an appointment.
FREMONT, CA: Chronic illness and costly health crises can be avoided and reduced with early intervention. According to the American Cancer Society, the five-year relative survival rate for breast cancer discovered early and in the localized stage is 99 percent. Yet, only 66 percent of women over 40 undergo annual mammograms. Colorectal cancer is the third most frequent malignancy in men and women, yet just 67.4 percent of persons aged 50 to 75 years were updated on annual screenings.
Marpai, a deep learning technology startup that is redefining third-party administration in the self-funded healthcare industry, has debuted its Gaps in Care service, which will help health plan members keep up with annual checkups, vaccines, and health screenings. The initiative is part of Marpais’ premium AI-powered services, and it sends customized messages and emails to subscribers when it is time to schedule an appointment.
“Our goal in offering this new service is to empower members to take charge of their health by providing the friendly reminders they need to take action on these important visits. We believe that when we guide members to proactive care, it ultimately creates healthier lives across diverse populations and reduces costs in the long run,” said Lisa Willet, Vice President of Population Health and Member Engagement at Marpai.
Marpai is an AI-powered alternative to traditional TPAs (third party administrators) that encourages proactive health using AI-powered services such as deep learning models to forecast near-term health concerns to prevent and eliminate costly chronic sickness and treatments. The new Gaps in Care service seeks to assist members in maintaining annual health appointments to stay on the best health path possible and spot growing difficulties early. Marpai addresses a market worth over one trillion dollars in health claims, 20 billion dollars in administrative costs, and 95 million people in the United States.
Ronnie Brown, Marpai COO, adds, “maintaining annual checkups can help people stay on top of their health and ahead of potential adverse health events, which could save money and avert real suffering.”