Aurora Health Care said Wednesday it will add technology developed by Brookfield start-up EmOpti Inc. to the emergency rooms at two more of its hospitals.

The technology is designed to reduce emergency room wait times and leads to patients being treated more quickly. The technology, which the health care provider tested at Aurora Sinai Medical Center in early 2016, reduced emergency room initial wait times by 75%, said Mike Rodgers, director of strategic innovation at Aurora.

Aurora now will expand EmOpti’s technology to its medical centers in West Allis and Kenosha, Rodgers said. Aurora also is planning to use it in select urgent care clinics, he said. Read the full story here.