Improve time-to-treatment and cross-department collaboration while realizing incremental revenue with the only VTE solution that allows you to manage the full spectrum of the disease.

With approximately 900,000 cases diagnosed in the United States each year, venous thromboembolism (VTE) is a common yet underdiagnosed disease that can overburden health systems due to suboptimal outcomes, including low survival rates, long-term complications and recurrence.1, 2

Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform the way VTE care is provided, helping clinicians to quickly coordinate care, accelerate clinical decision making and manage long-term patient follow-up adherence.

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Always On AI

Image and report-based AI runs in the background to opportunistically identify potential cases which may require PERT activation, IVC filter removal or a proximal DVT consultation

Risk Stratification

Remove variability and automate risk stratification with user-set RV/LV ratios

Care Coordination

Notification and activation of suspected VTE cases tailored to facility workflows


Longitudinally manage chronic VTE pathology over time and opportunistically identify potential IVC filter retrieval procedures with a text-based AI solution 


Enhancing every patient touchpoint, Aidoc’s comprehensive solution spans more than just pulmonary embolism to provide cross-functional teams with the most robust VTE management tools available – all powered by the award-winning aiOS™

Aidoc aiOS™

Always on clinical AI operating system that structures and organizes image data, centralizes and coordinates algorithms, provides data in order to monitor and measure performance and facilitates cross-department collaboration.

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Triage and Notification Algorithms

Worklist and PACS-agnostic image-based algorithms for pulmonary embolism (PE), incidental pulmonary embolism (iPE) and RV/LV measurement, plus an ultrasound text-based algorithm for deep vein thrombosis (DVT).*

*PE and iPE algorithms are FDA-cleared image-based algorithms available in the Aidoc briefcase. RV/LV ratio output supplied by Aidoc partner Imbio.

Care Coordination

Mobile notification* and activation for Pulmonary Embolism Response Team (PERT) escalation on suspected PE and iPE findings with an elevated RV/LV ratio. Mobile notification of proximal iliofemoral DVTs to providers to increase awareness of urgent clots for clinical consideration. Features include built-in risk stratification**, chat, spoke network and EHR connectivity and mobile imaging viewer.

*Mobile platform is not intended for diagnostic purposes.
**Based on user settings

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Patient Management

Uses NLP to automatically identify and alert clinicians of retrievable inferior vena cava (IVC) filters. Fully integrated into scheduling systems and EHRs, it also enables longitudinal monitoring of VTE pathology over time. 


Validated through 20+ clinical studies, Aidoc partners have realized numerous positive clinical and financial outcomes post-AI implementation with elements of the VTE solution.

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40%3 increase in PERT consultations at Yale New Haven Health

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7 hour (41%)4 reduction in time-to-treatment for pulmonary embolism at Cedars-Sinai

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44% prioritized awareness of incidental pulmonary embolism at University of Texas Medical Branch 5

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26%6 reduction in length of stay at Cedars-Sinai

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Over 80%7 of PE are the result of DVT in the leg or pelvic veins. The earlier Iliofemoral DVT is confirmed, the earlier interventional decisions can be made.

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Up to 75%8 of retrievable IVC filters are not retrieved or followed-up on.


As the only AI provider with a complete VTE solution, Aidoc provides the most upstream and downstream benefits to patient and facility outcomes. Aidoc estimates a health system with 1,000 beds, and roughly 900,000 imaging exams each year, could realize up to $1 million in revenue from additional, relevant interventions and $1.5 million in length of stay reduction.

Aidoc VTE Solution
Other AI Solutions
Always on Automatic AI
AI Operating System for Seamless Deployment
Worklist Prioritization
Ability to Activate VTE Teams
Automated EHR Integration
Hub-Spoke Model Enablement
DVT Algorithm (report-based)
IVC Filter Algorithm (report-based)
iPE Algorithm
PE Algorithm
RV/LV Algorithm


Impact of AI-Driven Activation on Clinical Outcomes

In preliminary application, pulmonary embolism care activation has shown enormous potential in identifying intermediate-high to high-risk PE patients and in facilitating multidisciplinary care activation. Explore real-world outcomes from an AI-enabled PERT workflow.

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