AUDACIOUS INQUIRY IS AN INFORMATION POLICY AND TECHNOLOGY COMPANY THAT'S LEADING THE CHARGE TO MAKE HEALTHCARE SMARTER.

News and Updates

Latest Ai Press Release:

Ai Enters into Collaboration with Johns Hopkins Community Physicians

Nov 12th ENS Webinar Presented by Johns Hopkins and Ai

View and share recorded webinar or download a PDF of the presentation.

ENS Statistics

Ai's Encounter Notification Service is currently facilitating transitions of care in four US states and the District of Columbia.

ENS Statistics for October 2014:
  • 227+ subscriber organizations
  • 365,754 notifications sent
  • 6,699,891 subscribed patients
Because of our size and expertise, our clients get agility and results.

Join the Ai Team

System Administrator

We are currently hiring a System Administrator to join our team and to assist in the management of our technical infrastructure.

Support Engineer

Joining Ai as a Support Engineer will give you the opportunity to both expand your technical skills and gain experience in a client-facing position at the same time. You’ll be developing and supporting applications that are changing healthcare across the country. Seriously! Our engineers design and develop solutions that improve healthcare outcomes and enable healthcare professionals to do their jobs more efficiently and effectively. If you are looking for a career with room for advancement and professional growth in a fun and collaborative environment, that also makes a difference to your community…look no further!

Interface Engineer

Apply now to join a team working on innovative and cutting edge solutions to improve healthcare outcomes nationwide. Our Interface Engineers assist in the design, development, testing and support of the healthcare application software products that enable connected healthcare.

Sabal Shrestha

Meet Sabal Shrestha

Software Engineer

"Ai is always looking to make a difference with the work they do. I got to be part of some very high visibility projects that were critical for improving healthcare in MD."