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AI agents are everywhere, with some news outlets proclaiming them to be the future of AI. We don’t disagree.  At Infinitus, we talk a lot about our AI agent and the technology that powers it. Also known as Eva, the Infinitus AI agent makes phone calls to commercial and government payors on behalf of healthcare...
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Increasingly employer-sponsored plans are including copay accumulators, copay maximizers, or alternative funding sources as part of their plan design. In fact, estimates suggest about half of all lives covered by commercial insurance are enrolled in a plan that utilizes a copay accumulator and/or a maximizer.  If your team is responsible for guiding individuals through coverage...
An illustration of a clapperboard with the words "The call: benefit verification" written on its side.
It’s just a phone call. What could be so complicated? At first consideration, conducting – and even automating – phone calls to major medical payors and pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) to perform benefit verifications doesn’t seem as if it should be all that complex. After all, these calls are extremely common, extremely frequent, and entirely necessary....
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While AI is dominating many conversations in healthcare, relatively few organizations in the space actually use generative AI tools, according to a recent survey. Among the primary reasons why are concerns about hallucinations, accuracy, and reliability. At Infinitus, we are committed to our mission of improving access, adherence, and affordability in healthcare – but along...
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Picture today’s tech landscape as a pendulum in motion, swinging between two distinct poles. At one extreme, there’s a somewhat prevalent notion where AI not only equals, but eventually outshines human intelligence. On the other side, there’s a lingering concern that AI could displace human roles, rendering us obsolete.  This narrative overlooks the fertile middle...
Product announcement about prior authorization follow up automation
When it comes to prior authorizations (PAs), ePA or 278 solutions aren’t enough. It’s often challenging to resolve complex or time-sensitive prior authorizations electronically. Details such as PA status, denial reasons, and appeal options either aren’t readily available or the turnaround time is too long. In these cases, healthcare providers’ staff often manually call a...
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When it comes to benefit verifications, ambulatory surgery centers are under intense pressure to turn around authorizations quickly. However, it’s not uncommon for this crucial task to take longer than expected. Coverage information online is often incomplete, and staff must make multiple calls to payors to close out inquiries and ensure procedural dates are met....
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Healthcare executives in Pharmaceutical and Specialty Pharmacy industries are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Their staff is overwhelmed with a backlog of tasks, including calls to payors and PBMs to verify patient benefit information. While the status quo has been to hire more people, candidates are nowhere to be found and this...
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San Francisco — May 16, 2023 — Infinitus Systems, Inc., the Conversational AI Platform for Healthcare, today announced that Gramercy Surgery Center, the #1 Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) in New York, has chosen Infinitus to automate tedious and time consuming tasks of insurance verification and prior authorization across its care sites. With Infinitus, Gramercy aims...
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We are excited to announce that Infinitus has been named one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies for 2023! It is an honor to join the ranks of organizations such as OpenAI, DeepMind, Nvidia, Unlearn, Roblox, and more.
Award for Infinitus as Google cloud partner of the year 2021
Infinitus was recognized for the company’s achievements in the Google Cloud ecosystem, creating and promoting initiatives that made a positive and lasting impact on the world.
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Today, we are proud to announce that we have successfully completed a SOC 2 Type II audit for the Infinitus platform and services.

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