One Health and healthPrecision Announce a Partnership to Deliver Modern Primary Care Powered by the Medical Brain AI Clinical Assistant to 100,000 Patients

One Health and healthPrecision Announce a Partnership to Deliver Modern Primary Care Powered by the Medical Brain AI Clinical Assistant to 100,000 Patients

One Health and healthPrecision Partnership Announcement

One Health and healthPrecision Announce Strategic Partnership

Charlotte, NC (June 18, 2024) – One Health, a rapidly growing independent primary care provider group, and healthPrecision are excited to announce a strategic partnership to deliver Modern Primary Care by providing the Medical Brain AI Clinical Assistant to their growing number of patients and providers.

The partnership between One Health and healthPrecision facilitates a fundamental shift to a new model of care, Modern Primary Care. Medical Brain AI Clinical Assistant is a critical component of Modern Primary Care, automating care in real-time with patient-centric clinical decision support and real-time care orchestration. The Medical Brain will be helping hundreds of providers, and their patients shift to the Modern Primary Care delivery platform, achieving better outcomes at lower total cost of care while minimizing burden on providers and enabling patients’ immediate access to care, 24/7.

“In a time where AI is being developed in healthcare, we felt it paramount to find a collaborative partner to ensure AI is integrated into our care delivery system in the right way. Together with the Medical Brain, we’re aligned in our collective vision to redefine healthcare as we know it today,”

– One Health Co-CEO David Cook, MD.

“We’re confident that Modern Primary Care will restore the joy of medicine for providers by ensuring they can focus on connecting with and providing the highest quality of care for patients,”

– Ehab Sharawy, MD, Co-CEO of One Health.

“Our mission and vision at healthPrecision come alive with every patient that uses the Medical Brain. By providing 24/7 assistance and attention, we ensure they receive the care and support they need, whenever they need it,”

– Sonia Ben-Yehuda, Co-Founder and President.

“At healthPrecision, our mission is to harness the power of AI to transform healthcare delivery and improve patient outcomes. We’re thrilled to partner with One Health, a visionary organization that shares our commitment to innovation and excellence in care,”

– Eyal Ephrat, MD, CEO and Co-Founder of healthPrecision.

About One Health

One Health is a leading physician alignment company dedicated to ensuring the patient-provider relationship is at the center of care, through an innovative Modern Primary Care platform which improves outcomes, quality of life, and provider experiences while reducing total cost of care. One Health has 30 locations across Charlotte and Winston-Salem, NC; and is rapidly expanding nationally.

About healthPrecision

HealthPrecision specializes in advanced AI-powered clinical decision support. Its Medical Brain AI Platform empowers providers and patients with real-time, 24/7, high-precision care that improves outcomes at lower costs and streamlines provider workflow for greater efficiency and satisfaction. We’re dedicated to helping health systems, provider groups, and ACOs succeed in value-based care. With our patient-centric approach and a team of clinicians and AI, machine learning, and data science experts, healthPrecision is at the forefront of the AI revolution in health care.


Kelly Garrison, One Health,, (336) 408-0404

Lauren Arnold, healthPrecision,, (215) 873-7486

Using the Medical Brain, Clinicians Dramatically Reduced Adverse Obstetrical Events by 90.7%

Using the Medical Brain, Clinicians Dramatically Reduced Adverse Obstetrical Events by 90.7%

Report of a Research Study Conducted by Maimonides Maternal Fetal Medicine Department – Itamar Futterman, Erum Azhar, and Shoshana Haberman

In recent years, the obstetrics field has been under significant scrutiny due to a disturbing rise in maternal morbidity and mortality rates across the United States. The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) highlighted a nearly 60% increase in maternal mortality rates from 2019 to 2021, alongside an upsurge in severe maternal morbidity. This alarming trend has catalyzed the push towards adopting more robust, evidence-based practices aimed at enhancing maternal health care quality and safety.1

Amid this national healthcare crisis, the Obstetrics Department at Maimonides Health has emerged as a beacon of innovation and hope. Serving a large, diverse, and high-risk patient population, this tertiary care and regional perinatal center faced the common challenges plaguing many busy obstetrical services nationwide: care gaps, delays, and challenges with patient access and accessibility to the right care. The inherent busy nature of these clinical environments often leaves providers stretched too thin, impacting their ability to continuously monitor patients and identify risks in real time.

A Turning Point with AI: The Implementation of Medical Brain

Recognizing the urgent need for change, Maimonides Health took a bold step forward by implementing an AI-based system, HealthPrecision’s Medical Brain, within its Obstetrical Service. This clinical decision support (CDS) platform combines automation and actionable clinical decision support with real-time actionable insights, significantly enhancing providers’ ability to improve outcomes through rapid risk identification and real-time intervention. The Medical Brain aggregates and analyzes patient information from the EMR and other data sources, identifies risks of health deterioration, care gaps, delays and errors, then guides providers in real-time to take corrective action, closing the loop to ensure completion. When needed, the Medical Brain escalates to ensure patients are fully protected.

Impactful Results

The results speak volumes. Following the implementation of the Medical Brain platform, Maimonides Health witnessed a dramatic reduction in the incidence of red never events (RNEs), which are serious and preventable incidents indicating a clear breakdown in the standard of care. The average total RNEs per 1000 live births plummeted from 117.5 to 10.9, marking an astonishing 90.7% reduction. This decline not only showcases the platform’s effectiveness in enhancing patient safety but also illustrates the potential of AI in revolutionizing obstetrical healthcare delivery.

Beyond Numbers: A Change in Care Delivery

The integration of the Medical Brain system into Maimonides’ obstetrical care workflows signifies a transformative leap in healthcare delivery. This sophisticated system offers real-time clinical insights directly to providers’ smartphones, ensuring urgent care needs are met swiftly and in alignment with the latest evidence-based protocols. By reducing the burden of alerts, follow-up tasks, and electronic health record (EHR) documentation by over 90%, it not only enhances patient care but also significantly lightens the workload on healthcare professionals. The Medical Brain stands out for its ability to integrate comprehensive patient data from diverse sources, including EMR, lab results, and radiology, offering a detailed clinical picture that facilitates gap identification in care and documentation. Its proficiency in parsing both structured EMR data and unstructured clinician notes through advanced machine learning and clinical decision support systems is noteworthy. This allows for the early detection of deviations in patient health, offering actionable insights and reducing the incidence of alert fatigue by notifying providers only when necessary, guided by standards from respected entities like ACOG. Furthermore, it bridges the care continuum, benefiting patients in inpatient, ambulatory, and home settings alike, thus encapsulating a holistic approach to patient care and safety.

A Nationwide Model

The success story of Maimonides Health’s Obstetrical Service serves as a powerful model for healthcare institutions nationwide. It underscores the critical role of AI and CDS platforms in addressing the pressing challenges of maternal morbidity and mortality. By harnessing the power of AI technology, healthcare providers can improve clinical decision-making, streamline care delivery workflows, and, most importantly, save lives.

As the healthcare industry continues to evolve, the story of Maimonides Health and the Medical Brain platform offers a glimpse into the future of obstetrical care. It is a testament to the transformative potential of AI in healthcare, paving the way for a safer, more efficient, and patient-centered approach to whole person, high precision maternal care.