Medical quality

Clinical studies show medical quality varies between your health technology partner options. Here’s how an evidence-based approach can help you make the right choice.

Medical quality matters

What to look for

Our 5 medical quality pillars are the foundation of our health enterprise solutions.

Ada Health complies with relevant medical device regulations and security standards
  • Ada Health complies with relevant medical device regulations and security standards and follows the highest data protection standards:

    • Ada Assess for enterprise is a CE Class IIa medical device according to Regulation (EU) 2017/745 (EU-MDR)
    • Ada Health App is a Class I medical device according to Council Directive 93/42/EEC (EU-MDD)
    • ISO 27001 (InfoSec Management)
    • ISO 13485 certification 
    • GDPR
    • HIPAA

Why medical quality matters

  • Clinical governance and industry regulation offer objective quality control processes you can trust.

  • A good user experience means people provide the right input to get the right guidance from technology.

  • Comprehensive condition coverage means high-risk and uncommon diseases are not missed or misdiagnosed.

  • Medical accuracy can help decrease disease detection timeframes to accelerate treatment.

  • Advice safety can help make sure healthcare professionals see the patients who need them most in the right setting.

How Ada’s AI works

Originally developed to support clinical decision-making, our doctors created Ada to think like a doctor. Clinical precision and medical oversight from human doctors has been in our DNA since the very beginning. Meet some of our medical experts.

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