Unclear information levels, impossible planning of ICE

Using the current standardized information pamphlets, informed consent explanations are hard to schedule. Patients hand in their anamnesis forms and information pamphlets when they come in to see their physician, giving them no time to plan ahead, look at their documents or to „triage“ patients according to the time their conversation might take.

MAIA provides a summary of everything the patient has already learned and seen, thus no „learning-time“ is necessary for doctors, the conversation can be focused on open questions and uncertainties. The huge chunk of time required for the actual transmission of information to patients is already happening before the hospital stay, which means that a faster procedure in the clinic is possible. The technical finesse of MAIA is the intelligent and accurate, automated evaluation, interpretation and presentation of the preliminary information that was presented to the patients. Through this automation and pre-evaluation, misunderstandings, omissions or errors in the process can be avoided, while at the same time better legal validity of the documentation can be acchieved.

With MAIA, doctors know at a glance how much their patients know about their treatment and which media/information they consumed when to learn about it.