Andor Health partners with Microsoft to deliver virtual care

March 15 2022

Andor Health, a Florida-based health IT company announced a new partnership with Microsoft that will see its ThinkAndor offering integrated with Azure and Teams. ThinkAndor offers templates and AI capabilities intended to expand Teams capabilities in a HIPAA compliant form targeted to community providers and post-acute care teams.

In addition to Windows, iOS, and Android endpoints, ThinkAndor supports MedTech service within Azure Health Data Services. The company’s Virtual Patient Monitoring and Hospital at Home offering is aimed at supporting virtual health check-ins, virtual rounding, and telesiting.

"ThinkAndor's ability to tailor clinical workflows enables customers to configure use cases such as rounding, telesitting and hospital at home on a unified platform. Andor Health's customers can anticipate achieving approximately a 40-50% reduction in patient fall rates, 50-60% decrease in sitter costs, and a generous increase in revenue. We are proud to partner with Microsoft and extend the capabilities of Microsoft Teams and Azure Health Data Services to support health systems in their quest to enable equitable access to care for patients,” stated Srini Surendranath, chief product and strategy officer, Andor Health.

"Andor Health is leveraging the power of the Azure Health Data Services to bring together medical data from across all device platforms. As health systems transform the future of telehealth, Andor is helping health systems configure tailored care and enhance patient experiences," added Heather Cartwright, vice president, Health & Life Sciences Cloud and Data, Microsoft, in a statement.

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