Patients across the Valley will soon feel more connected to their healthcare providers thanks to a mobile app changing the way clinical documentation and data entry are performed. Bayless Integrated Healthcare, an Arizona leader in integrating mental and physical health, has announced a partnership with Seattle-based healthcare technology company, Saykara, to implement this new technology in its eight locations across the Phoenix area. The introduction of this technology at Bayless comes at a time when healthcare providers are increasingly reporting burnout amid the COVID-19 pandemic and may help alleviate some of the pressures they face.
With a major shift toward outpatient care, finding ways to improve productivity and reduce costs in physician offices and clinics is a strategic imperative for many who work in the healthcare industry. An upcoming webinar sponsored by Saykara and hosted by Fierce Healthcare will showcase how The Midwest Institute for Minimally Invasive Therapies (MIMIT Health), a multi-specialty Chicagoland medical group, applied the customer-centric, tech-forward principles of Amazon to grow 40% with no added labor.
Saykara is pleased to announce the company has been named a finalist in the Digital/Mobile Health Solutions category of the Fierce Innovation Awards - Healthcare Edition 2020. The peer-reviewed program from the publisher of Fierce Healthcare aims to “identify and showcase outstanding innovation that is driving improvements and transforming the industry.” Merits of the Saykara voice-enabled mobile AI assistant were evaluated by a judging panel comprised of executives from major healthcare organizations.
The Midwest Institute for Minimally Invasive Therapies (MIMIT Health) has been on a journey of digital transformation that founder and CEO, Dr. Paramjit “Romi” Chopra, refers to as the ‘Amazonification of care.’ One of the most recent additions to its toolkit of cutting-edge technology solutions is from Saykara, a Seattle-based startup using artificial intelligence (AI) to eliminate administrative busy work that stands between providers, patients and the practice of medicine. With the mobile AI assistant from Saykara, providers at this Chicagoland medical group no longer carry the burden of clinical documentation into the exam room. Chopra attributes a 5x boost in productivity to its use.
New technology powered by artificial intelligence has allowed the Indianapolis-based orthopedic practice to eliminate after-hours charting. Before adopting the Saykara mobile AI assistant, Kara, many doctors at OrthoIndy spent evenings or weekends catching up on documentation. Now, they enjoy a renewed sense of work-life balance.
Saykara, developer of an AI-powered assistant for physicians, today announced that industry veteran, Joy Efron, has joined its executive team as Vice President Marketing. Efron is a seasoned strategist and business leader with an extensive background in healthcare. She has spent the past 20 years driving the commercialization of multiple clinical technology solutions, including care management, evidence-based guidelines, predictive analytics and electronic health records.
AI-powered voice assistant 'Kara' can now assist physicians from within Zoom video conference calls, documenting telehealth visits and anticipating provider's needs to make the shift to virtual healthcare as smooth as possible.
Saykara, delivering healthcare's first ambient AI virtual assistant, has chosen Microsoft Azure to power Kara and will be showcasing the latest enhancements during the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Conference to be held March 9-13, in Orlando.
Saykara today announced the launch of the first ambient and autonomous voice assistant technology for healthcare. The launch is a major step forward in building to Saykara's vision of an artificially intelligent exam room voice assistant that seamlessly listens to any physician-patient conversation without voice commands, captures conversation meaning and documents encounters in real-time, flawlessly, and without any need for "human in the loop" scribe review.
Saykara, the leading AI virtual assistant for automating clinical documentation, announced the appointment of industry veteran Dr. Graham Hughes, MD as President. Dr. Hughes has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare information technology, both building and implementing physician workflow solutions.
A major breakthrough for AI-powered doctor voice assistants, Saykara actively listens to physician-patient encounters and auto-generates clinical notation and records entry. Kara is now the only AI-powered healthcare voice assistant that can be used during a physician-patient encounter without any voice commands, promising to eliminate up to 100% of after-hours charting and records entry.
Saykara, the leading voice and AI-powered virtual assistant for physicians, announced today an investment of $5 million led by SpringRock Ventures, a venture fund focused on the convergence of health care and technology.