Suki Integrates with MEDITECH
Suki, a provider of voice artificial intelligence (AI) technology for healthcare, and MEDITECH, an electronic health record vendor, are partnering to bring Suki's ambient listening and generative AI to MEDITECH users. Suki will integrate its Suki Assistant into MEDITECH Expanse, an EHR designed for the native web.
Suki is also introducing a Chrome extension that will be integrated with MEDITECH Expanse, allowing users to reference information while using Suki and send back the completed note to the EHR.
Suki leverages ambient technology to listen to clinician-patient conversations and generative AI to automatically generate suggestions for a note, which can be reviewed and accepted, rejected, or edited by voice.
"Generative AI is demonstrating tremendous potential to transform clinician workflows for reducing clinician burnout and for the betterment of patient care," said Rebecca Lancaster, MEDITECH's director of product management, in a statement. "We recognize the meaningful contributions Suki's clinician-focused ambient listening technology is already delivering to the industry and are excited to partner with them to provide our customers with the latest innovations in generative AI."
"AI voice technology has already demonstrated its value in alleviating the burden of documentation, a primary driver of burnout. In order to achieve success with these solutions, seamless integrations with major EHR systems is of utmost importance," said Heather Miller, senior director of partnerships at Suki, in a statement. "We are excited to partner with MEDITECH to be able to serve its clinicians in streamlining workflows. Working with one of the top EHRs in the country is a significant stride forward in solving one of the fundamental challenges in healthcare."
Suki launched a bi-directional integration of its clinical documentation solution with Cerner's electronic health records.
Suki has integrated its AI-powered voice assistant with Epic's electronic health records software.