IMPLEMENTED Podcast host, Chip Alexandru, and Saykara CEO, Harjinder Sandhu, discuss the use of conversational AI to automate physician charting. They address how Saykara's mobile AI assistant is helping ease the documentation burden associated with electronic health record systems, how the solution works, and how it ensures accuracy from Day 1. They also explore the benefits to patients and what the future holds for applications of this technology in the healthcare space.
Are we getting to the place where AI speech to text is ready to go mainstream? Gabe is a vocal proponent for fighting physician burnout and is always seeking new technologies to make charting more efficient. In this episode, we explore AI speech to text from a company called Saykara and how he uses it in his clinic.
In this episode, Dr. Teri Fisher talks with Dr. Gabe Charbonneau about his experience using voice technology at his practice, specifically, the voice assistant called Saykara. Saykara’s goal is to free physicians from the mountains of paperwork that await them at the end of each day. Saykara uses its own speech recognition model and AI to tackle the issue of clinicians being in a room and having to chart their notes on a computer while they are interacting with their patient.
Voicebot.ai podcast host, Bret Kinsella, talks with Saykara founder and CEO, Harjinder Sandhu, about the company’s specialty voice assistant for doctors, the importance of workflow in healthcare, and the tech stack required to serve this highly demanding user base.
Tim Porter of Madrona Venture Group talks with founder, Harjinder Sandhu, and president, Dr. Graham Hughes, of Saykara to discuss the future of AI in the healthcare provider’s domain.
In this episode, Dr. Teri Fisher welcomes Dr. Harjinder Sandhu, the founder and CEO of Saykara, a company that is tackling the issue of medical documentation. Saykara’s goal is to free physicians from the mountains of paperwork that await them at the end of each day and the company’s solution is Kara, a virtual assistant that documents an entire doctor-patient conversation without interruption.
On the latest episode GeekWire Health Tech podcast, we have the second installment in a two-part series on the rise of voice assistants in healthcare. The Saykara application listens silently to the natural conversations between clinicians and patients and turns those conversations into notes that mimic what a doctor would normally type into an electronic medical record.
In this episode, Dr. Teri Fisher welcomes Ryan Plasch, the VP of Growth and Strategy at Saykara, a company that is tackling the holy grail of medical documentation. Saykara is using their own speech recognition model and AI to tackle the issue of clinicians being in a room and having to chart their notes on a computer while they are interacting with their patient.