Andor Health Integrates ThinkAndor with Microsoft Teams
Andor Health has integrated its ThinkAndor application with Microsoft Teams and made it available in Microsoft AppSource.
Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and voice and natural language processing technology, ThinkAndor identifies keywords and other critical health content in physicians' conversations and automatically recommends notes and triggers that can be added to patient charts following consult calls or other communications.
"Andor Health's collaboration with Microsoft builds on the marketplace momentum of Microsoft Teams and ThinkAndor to deliver the definitive care team collaboration suite for healthcare providers," said Pritesh Patel, executive vice president of operations and chief strategy officer at Andor Health, in a statement. "By combining the power of Teams and Microsoft Azure with the ThinkAndor clinical collaboration platform, we're making it easier than ever for healthcare professionals to coordinate care, so they can deliver better patient health outcomes with reduced clinician burnout."
Andor Health is making its ThinkAndor clinical communication application available for Teams, a unified hub for the workplace that brings together chat, video meetings, calling, and file sharing.
"We are pleased to work with partners who are innovating around care team collaboration and bringing their applications together with Microsoft Teams," said Kristina Behr, general manager of Office for Healthcare at Microsoft, in a statement. "Ultimately, this helps our customers achieve the goals of efficient, compliant clinician communication and reduced administrative tasks."
Orlando Internal Medicine recently joined the growing number of provider organizations adopting the ThinkAndor platform, including Canopy Health, Orlando Health, Proliance Surgeons, and Lakeland Regional Health.
"We're excited about leveraging the power of Microsoft Teams with the ThinkAndor mobile app," said Pradeep Vangala, MD, founder of Orlando Internal Medicine, in a statement. "We believe empowering new levels of care team collaboration and workflow efficiency are important steps we can take to address the underlying causes of widespread clinician burnout and stress in healthcare today."