Startup awarded 1st place in the Startup Showcase
Online PR News – 02-September-2021 – Orange County, California – AnesthesiaGo, a cutting-edge scheduling platform, announced today that it was awarded 1st place at the InnovatorMD World Congress in San Francisco, CA last month. Competing against many quality startups during the event’s Startup Showcase competition, AnesthesiaGo received top remarks.
“The InnovatorMD World Congress is recognized as the largest physician innovation conference and was a great forum to present our product to an audience full of physicians, innovators and investors,” said Dr. Michael Bronson, CEO and founder of AnesthesiaGo. “This was a great opportunity to highlight the advantages of an AI driven platform to assist in the daily scheduling of physicians at an international level.”
The InnovatorMD World Congress brought together over 100 speakers and 27 startups to showcase innovation in healthcare. During the Startup Showcase, Dr. Michael Bronson presented a 10-minute overview of the AnesthesiaGo platform followed by a question and answer session. Startups were then judged on the idea, team, product and impact.
AnesthesiaGo is the first of its kind to automate the process of assigning anesthesiologists to cases the next day. By leveraging this type of technology, users save time, produce more efficient schedules and minimize human errors in the process. Scheduling data is also reproduced in an analytics dashboard to provide important tools for groups to make scheduling decisions. To learn more about AnesthesiaGo’s AI-driven solution, visit: http://www.anesthesiago.com/
Traditionally, anesthesiologists are assigned to cases the night before surgery by a senior anesthesiologist who is given a list of cases and a pencil/pen. This process usually takes about an hour and is often riddled with inefficiencies, double-bookings or undesired pairings. AnesthesiaGo was designed to disrupt the current process of making assignments. This software utilizes AI to automate this process and lessen the time it takes to produce a functional schedule to minutes.