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Artificial Intelligence Technology and Robotic Process Automation

Our History

Artificial Medical Intelligence, Inc. has been a software developer of health information technology solutions since its incorporation in 2002.
AMI initially targeted the labor intensive medical coding process, with its premier offering, EMscribe®, a proprietary Natural Language Processing (NLP), Computer Assisted Coding (CAC) solution.

In 2004 AMI brought together a team of Physicians to tailor the first ever Computer Assisted Coding software for a hospital environment.

EMscribe® was first commercialized in 2005, providing a software platform for the medical coding of free text electronic documents for the inpatient, outpatient and ambulatory healthcare environment. Through continued version updates, the EMscribe® software became comprehensive for all medical record processing by provisioning for all medical record systems including ICD-10 CM/PCS,E&M for 2021 and beyond, DSM, LOINC, PQRS and HCC. AMI has also diversified its solution to accommodate, clinics and physician practices. Every CAC vendor has some form of the EMscribe® CAC DNA in their solution, meaning we laid the blueprint of functionality, automation and features, something most prospects are not aware of. Flattering for sure, but a testimony to the groundbreaking technology that AMI provides for in all of its innovative solutions.

The solution continues to evolve, providing a platform for numerous other medical language capabilities touching on revenue cycle, clinical documentation improvement and auditing enhancements vital for the efficient information gathering and support of the medical record for the healthcare industry.

Case Studies

  • PWC – HRI Gold Rush

    Study conducted by PWC on Healthcare spending.

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  • NLP White Paper

    The practical application of NLP technology for Computer Assisted Coding: A White Paper

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  • CAC Case Report

    Case study performed at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.

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