Tampa General Hospital taps Palantir for care coordination AI software

Tampa General Hospital has selected Palantir Technologies (PLTR) to provide its artificial intelligence platform for care coordination and system workflow automation.

Palantir is a leading AI system provider in the health care sector. Its platform will securely encode TGH’s domain, real-time situational awareness and language models into decision-support tools for eligibility determination and to prioritize workflows for frontline teams, throughout the hospital’s care operations.

The tool will allow TGH to ensure patients are receiving the correct care as quickly and safely as possible, through the new Hospital Sync application from Palantir which aims to set the standard for care coordination nationwide.

“We are on a mission to transform health care through innovation, and Palantir’s technology platforms enable us to leverage data to improve quality and strengthen our operations,” TGH President and CEO John Couris said. “Less time waiting for placement and a reduced length of stay does not just enhance the patient experience, it gives us an opportunity to treat more patients that need care. These improvements, powered by data and technology, contribute to better and more robust treatment plans which, in turn, can lead to better patient outcomes.”

TGH has been partnering with Palantir since 2021, when the hospital began utilizing its Foundry software developed to revolutionize health care management, optimize operational efficiency and enhance patient outcomes. The hospital has expanded its use of the software across numerous cases across its health care system, cutting by 83% the amount of time required to place patients. The software has also led to a 30% decrease in the mean length of stay for sepsis patients.

“Our partnership is proving that software is vital for overcoming many of the most pressing healthcare challenges that we collectively face,” Palantir co-founder and CEO Alex Karp said. “Tampa General has become an industry leader in leveraging technology to deliver even further improvements in patient care.”

You May Also Like
The silent struggle: Mental health for CEOs and founders

James, a seasoned chief executive officer, had built and grown his company through the ups and downs of the market to generate over $200 million in revenue. He was the

Read More
Tampa General Hospital’s Behavioral Health Hospital names CEO

Tampa General Hospital has named Doug Leonardo as the new president and chief executive officer of TGH Behavioral Health Hospital, effective July 1. Leonardo will oversee behavioral health services across

Read More
Tampa General Hospital’s John Couris honored as a great leader in healthcare

John Couris, the President and CEO of Tampa General Hospital, has been recognized as a top healthcare leader in the nation by Becker’s Hospital Review in its list of “Great

Read More
USF St. Petersburg’s University Police Department to swear in campus’ first comfort dog Snowbird

Snowbird, the newest member of USF St. Petersburg’s University Police Department (UPD), will receive his badge and become the campus’ first-ever comfort dog, assisting the department with calls related to

Read More
St. Petersburg’s University Police Department Dog
Other Posts
One Liners Hillsborough: St. Joseph’s Hospital, Visit Tampa Bay and more

► St. Joseph’s Hospital became the first health care facility to use checkout-free technology in a hospital cafeteria at its newly opened Season’s Café, inside the hospital. (Pictured above) ► The

Read More
One Liners Hillsborough: Tampa General Hospital, Fifth Third Bank and more

► Tampa General Hospital’s Dr. Peggy Duggan, executive vice president, chief physician executive and chief medical officer, was recognized on Becker’s Hospital Review’s list of “180 Hospital and Health System

Read More
Qualenta Kivett and Wendi Goodson-Celerin of Tampa General Hospital recognized as black healthcare leaders to know

Tampa General Hospital’s Executive Vice President and Chief People and Talent Officer, Qualenta Kivett, and Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive, Wendi Goodson-Celerin, have been recognized on Becker’s Hospital

Read More
Healthcare by Becker’s hospital review honors Tampa General Hospital as a top place to work

Tampa General Hospital is among the top places in the U.S. to work in healthcare, according to Becker’s Hospital Review’s 2024 “150+ Top Places to Work in Healthcare” list. This

Read More
Healthcare by Beckers hospital review honors 06 20 2024