Unified Physician Management adds digital voice assistant to EHR

National women's health network Unified Physician Management partnered with Suki, an artificial intelligence, voice-enabled digital assistant for physicians that integrates with the EHR.

Three notes:

1. Suki uses a combination of physician voice commands to document clinical notes in the EHR, and it can integrate with multiple systems.

2. The digital assistant will be available to Unified Physician Management providers, which span nine states including Arizona, Florida and Washington, starting this month.

3. Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health launched a pilot program with Suki in March. Previous pilots show that Suki can reduce the amount of time physicians spend documenting clinical notes by 70 percent.

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