nVoq Partners with Suki for Medical Dictation
nVoq, a provider of speech recognition technology, is partnering with Suki, a provider of voice artificial intelligence (AI) technology for health care. The partnership will leverage nVoq's technology platform to supplement Suki's speech recognition solution.
"By partnering with nVoq, we can relieve the massive amount of administrative workload that is placed on physicians," said Jallel Harrati, senior vice president of sales at Suki, in a statement. "From the start, Suki's mission has been to lift that burden from doctors and help with physician burnout. With medically accurate speech recognition from nVoq, Suki can accomplish that goal even more quickly."
nVoq's dictation solutions enable physicians to capture medically relevant narratives at the point of care. Suki Assistant harnesses advanced natural language and machine learning algorithms and architecture to automate physician documentation and other administrative tasks.
"Suki is well-positioned to address the increasing challenges that face physicians." said Debbi Gillotti, chief operating officer of nVoq, in a statement "We greatly appreciate the innovative partnership between Suki and nVoq and look forward to continuing to empower doctors to deliver the best in care."
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