Suki Launches Suki Assistant Gen 2
Suki, a provider of voice artificial intelligence (AI) technology for healthcare, yesterday unveiled Suki Assistant Gen 2, which allows users to automatically generate notes from listening to a clinician-patient conversation.
Called ambient note generation, this new feature will be added to the company’s flagship AI voice assistant. Suki Assistant Gen 2 also offrs ambient note generation, dictation, and command functionality, all within a single solution that fully integrates with common electronic health record systems, including Epic, Cerner, Athena, and Elation.
Suki Assistant Gen 2 uses generative AI to listen to physician-patient interactions in real-time and auto-generate clinical notes. Clinicians can accept, reject, or edit content suggestions to ensure accuracy of final notes.
Users can choose how they interact with Suki Assistant. switching between ambient and dictation modes. Users can also ask Suki information about their patients, such as what medications they are taking or what allergies they have, and get recommendations for diagnosis codes.
"We are in a golden age for AI. With Suki Assistant Gen 2, we are bringing the most sophisticated AI voice assistant to the market. The introduction of this solution could not be more timely as burnout,much of which is directly related to administrative burden, is pushing physicians to leave medicine at a time when we need them most," said Punit Soni, CEO of Suki, in a statement. "We are excited to bring innovation to the market that delivers tremendous value for users by giving them a full array of AI and voice functionality in one solution. Suki is the only solution that fully integrates with all major EHRs, with clinical notes and ICD-10 codes synchronized in real time to the systems of record. Finally, Suki's tech-driven approach also makes us the most affordable voice assistant on the market, making Suki a natural choice for helping clinicians find joy in medicine again."
"Suki Assistant accommodates ambient, dictation, and command modes in a single solution, which is a unique differentiator. Clinicians want the freedom and flexibility to adjust their workflows, not to be locked into rigid processes. Suki's approach allows organizations to provide this flexibility in a single application that in the past would have required two or three separate tools. It's a very exciting evolution and one that I believe will be very compelling to health systems, practices, and clinicians across the board," said Jack Bretcher, chief operating officer of PartnerMD, which offers practices across the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast.