Identifying High-Risk Patients

View and compare your patients’ symptoms and prioritize the most urgent cases with the help of an integrated scoring algorithm

  • Identifying High-Risk Patients

Rank patients based on urgency and severity

Plan out your upcoming procedures and treatments

Optimize the selection of the most effective treatment


It’s crucial for every healthcare organization to analyze its patients’ symptoms in-depth to make informed and timely decisions on the most appropriate approach and the type of surgical procedure that should be performed. Our client, a global top 10 university hospital, understood this well. However, they didn’t have anything but their raw expertise to base their decisions on, which was a standard approach in the field but was still prone to judgment errors. They wanted to utilize the knowledge that was shared across the internet but often didn’t have enough time to go through it. So, they reached out to us for a solution to their dilemma.



Well, our solution came in the form of a dashboard with an integrated scoring algorithm that compared patients’ symptoms and helped doctors prioritize the most urgent cases. The algorithm itself had different values set up for the various symptoms, so depending on the severity of the case, it would show a higher number to signify urgency. These values were calculated based on scientifically tested internet data; however, our client also had the option to change them based on their own experience as well. Additionally, with our dashboard, doctors could easily check the most common treatment methods or how many surgical procedures the hospital had compared to the previous month.


Our solution managed to enhance and improve the decision-making process within our client’s organization. Furthermore, they were able to analyze their workflow in greater detail and get insights like which treatments are more effective against which patient states or which surgeon has done the most procedures for the month. Overall, the solution helped them the most during their weekly board meetings and daily gatherings, where doctors would decide on the order and treatment of patients.