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Walmart Health Virtual Care to use Gyant’s AI-powered virtual assistant 

Walmart Health Virtual Care will use Gyant’s AI-powered virtual assistant to automate patient intake for more efficient engagements between providers and patients.

Walmart Health Virtual Care, formerly MeMD, is going high tech via Gyant's automated patient intake and charting tool, Intake. 

Gyant’s clinical web-enabled assessment solution will begin rolling out this month and will be available to all Walmart Health Virtual Care member groups using virtual urgent care services by the end of the year, Gyant said.

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“This is a pivotal time for evolution in health care,” said Stefan Behrens, co-founder and CEO of Gyant.

“Walmart Health Virtual Care is well-positioned in telehealth care, and we are excited not only to impact the care of more patients, but also to ensure that those patients benefit from a seamless and intuitive experience,” he said.

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“We have always been a patient-first company and the pandemic has shown us that more and more patients are seeking convenience in their health care,” Behrens. “We share a common goal — to meet patients where they are, and we are keen to kick off with like-minded innovators.”

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