Healthcare DIVE December 5, 2022
Susan Kelly

Dive Brief:

  • The Cleveland Clinic has signed a 10-year agreement with Palantir Technologies focused on use of the software company’s artificial intelligence technology to manage patient flows at the hospital system, the two organizations confirmed to Healthcare Dive in separate emails. Financial terms of the partnership were not disclosed.
  • Palantir’s software aims to help Cleveland Clinic analyze its data to predict patient supply and demand and match patient flows with workforce scheduling, Palantir Chief Operating Officer Shyam Sankar said in a Fox Business interview.
  • The collaboration between the software maker and the Cleveland Clinic will create a virtual command center that can improve patient flow management by bringing together patient data, necessary clinical procedures and available resources, Sankar told...

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