AI startup Olive has raised $51 million in funding by General Catalyst. The company’s “AI Workforce” is designed to automate a selection of tedious administrative tasks for healthcare organizations. The AI tool can be deployed across several departments within an organization, including IT, supply chain, human resources, clinical administration, and revenue cycle.

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Ron Paulus, the former president, and chief executive of Mission Health, will join the board of directors following the funding.

Source: https://techcrunch.com/2020/04/01/olive-a-startup-developing-an-automation-tool-for-healthcare-administration-raises-51-million/

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