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Suki Named to the 2019 CB Insights Digital Health 150—List of Most Innovative Digital Health Startups
AI Moving Health Care to 'Cusp of a Major Revolution'
As administrative burden is one of the top concerns of family physicians, according to the AAFP's annual Member Satisfaction Survey, the Academy launched a 42-month special project to address issues.
KLAS: First Look – Suki, A New Entrant in the Learning Virtual-Scribe Market
Suki was one of the most mentioned companies in KLAS’ Emerging HCIT Companies 2019 Report. This indicates that Suki is a top-of-mind emerging company among provider organizations.
Digital assistants have value in healthcare. But first they need to go to medical school
VOICE Summit 2019 Announces Inaugural Awards Program Winners
Suki wins Best Healthcare Experience at the 2019 Voice Summit Awards.
5 burning questions about deploying voice recognition technology in health care
Voice assistant technologies like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant are increasingly popular — today, nearly 25% of U.S. households own a smart speaker — and health care providers are taking notice.
UCI Health Launches Epic EHR-Integrated Patient Navigation Tool
Women’s Health Network to Launch AI- Enabled Digital Voice Assistant for its 1500 Physicians
Healthcare network rolls out voice-enabled digital assistant across 1,500 practices
Using artificial intelligence, speech recognition to optimize note taking
Unified and Suki Partner to Expand Clinical Use of AI-Powered Digital Assistant
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning Poised to Help FPs
AI-powered voice note taking saves OrthoAtlanta an hour per physician per day
Sutter Health, Suki Introduce Digital Voice Assistant to Support Patient Care
Sutter Health and Suki are partnering to pilot Suki's AI-powered, voice-enabled digital assistant with doctors in Northern California.
Suki CEO Punit Soni on why automated clinical documentation is just the 'tip of the iceberg' & more
Physicians sacrifice a lot to deliver care. Technology shouldn’t ask for more.
Suki named "Best New Startup" in Rock Health's Top 50 in Digital Health 2019
Alexa for Doctors Claims 70 Percent Reduction in EHR Time
Suki Surpasses 1K Patient Interactions Each Week, Digital Assistant Reduces Time Physicians Spend on Medical Notes by 70 Percent
Suki announced it now handles over 1000 patient encounters per week, and users experience an overall reduction of 70% of time spent on medical notes.
Suki, pay attention: AI assistants in the exam room