TriHealth Invests in AI Workers to Drive Company-Wide Innovation in Ohio

Cincinnati, Ohio, May 5, 2021 / PRNewswire / – TriHealth, the Cincinnati The region’s nationally recognized integrated health system announced its partnership today olive, the company using artificial intelligence (AI) to innovate the healthcare sector to implement an AlphaSite – an on-site AI command center.

The addition of Olive will help TriHealth continue on its journey toward the “Triple Goal” of providing better care, better outcomes and better value to its patients and the community. Olive began working in TriHealth’s revenue cycle department to streamline processes like checking entitlement status. The system can be quickly scaled to meet the requirements that arise.

“In every industry, the adoption of digital and information technology has resulted in greater efficiencies. This has not been the case in healthcare. Implementing technology has increased costs in our industry,” he said Mark C. Clement, President and CEO of TriHealth. “Olive’s promise is that we can use artificial intelligence to be more efficient and effective, and to automate routine processes.”

Olive is the only AI workforce solution designed specifically for healthcare. The AlphaSite program – the creation of an on-site AI command center – enables Olive to take a 360-degree approach to transforming the entire healthcare enterprise by laying a foundation for interoperability to generate information and results. There are currently 22 Olive AlphaSites nationwide.

“Healthcare is drowning in data because the industry has been gathering information for decades, but the data has lived in silos. Olive connects the disparate healthcare systems to create a network of information,” he said Sean Lane, CEO of Olive. “With the help of future-oriented customers like TriHealth, we are building the Internet of the healthcare system.”

Working with Olive brings immediate and long-term benefits to TriHealth, which in turn impact the entire community it serves.

“Olive is not just about improving the sales cycle,” he said Emily Seitz Pawlak, Vice President of TriHealth’s Revenue Cycle. “With our partnership, we have visions of expanding the use of AI and automation to as many areas of the healthcare system as possible, including the clinical side, in order to offer our patients an even better healthcare product.”

About TriHealth

TriHealth is made up of hospitals, doctors, and the community working together to help people live better lives. We offer clinical, educational, preventive and social programs through Bethesda North, Bethesda Butler, Good Samaritan Hospital in Evendale, Good Samaritan and McCullough-Hyde hospitals and more than 140 other locations Greater Cincinnati. These include an outpatient network, medical practices, a research department, employer-based health services, hospice care, and fitness and health facilities. For more information, visit,, @TriHealth on Twitter and

About olive

Olive’s AI workforce is designed to fix our broken health care system by addressing the toughest health care problems – hospitals and health systems delivery and payers have higher revenues, lower costs and higher capacity. People today feel lost in the system, and healthcare workers essentially work in the dark due to outdated technology that results in a lack of shared knowledge and isolated data. Olive was designed to make connections and re-illuminate the disrupted health processes between providers providing patient care and payers. She uses AI to uncover life-changing insights that make healthcare more efficient, affordable, and effective. Olive is committed to unleashing a trillion dollars of hidden potential in healthcare by connecting its discrete systems. Olive is improving healthcare today so everyone can benefit from a healthier industry tomorrow. To learn more about Olive, visit

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