We are pleased to welcome “Datlowe, s.r.o” to our network. Read the interview with Jakub Kozák, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Datlowe, to find out more about the company’s health-specific software technology and their vision for the healthcare of tomorrow.
Your motto is “Making healthcare work better”. How do you manage to make it better?
We provide hard-to-reach clinical insights to healthcare professionals to help them treat their patients more effectively. For example, our flagship product, HAIDI, uses artificial intelligence to help hospitals reduce the incidence of healthcare-associated infections (HAI), which represent a significant threat to patient health, clinical capacity, and hospital finances. To do this, HAIDI supports time-pressed infection teams with large-scale automation of the data collection, analysis, and reporting of HAIs, giving them a complete view of potential infections and allowing them to focus on prevention. For us “making healthcare work better” therefore means using the power of artificial intelligence to automate time-consuming data collection, analysis, and presentation work so that healthcare professionals can focus 100 % of their attention on helping their patients.
Is your app HAIDI already in use?
Right now, HAIDI is the leading AI-based solution for HAI surveillance in the Czech Republic and is also being successfully used in hospitals in Slovakia and in Austria where the first implementation was done in the hospital “Krankenhaus der Barmherzigen Schwestern Ried”.
Why did you decide to join Medical Valley EMN?
As part of our mission to make healthcare work better, we want to continue to expand our strategic relationships with hospitals that are open to new ways of improving the twin goals of outstanding patient care and strong financial performance. In our opinion the DACH region offers excellent potential for the continued development of our mission, as it is widely recognized as being home to some of the best healthcare systems in the world. We believe that working with hospitals in the DACH region will therefore allow us to share the benefits of our technology with a greater number of people while also giving us strong expert partners for co-developing further data support systems for other clinical disciplines.
What is your vision for the future?
With ever greater demands on the world’s healthcare systems, we believe that hospitals must embrace automation and new ways of working. That’s why our vision is to make healthcare work better, one practical discipline at a time, using the power of artificial intelligence to provide better data to individual medical specialists, improve outcomes for individual patients, and preserve the human scale and connection of medical practice. To do this, we will leverage our smart data platform to gradually expand our suite of data-driven clinical support systems, helping to make healthcare work better in as many places as we can.
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