Suki announces $20 Million Series B funding round for its voice-enabled digital clinical assistant

This recent press release from Suki.ai announced that it has closed a Series B funding round of $20 million. 

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Suki.ai's website

Suki, which offers a voice-enabled digital clinical assistant, announced today that it has closed a Series B funding round of $20 million. New investor Flare Capital Partners led the round, which also includes new investors Breyer Capital and Epsilon Health, as well as returning investors First Round Capital and Venrock. As part of the funding round, Bill Geary, co-founder and general partner at Flare Capital Partners, will join Suki’s Board of Directors.

In just two years, Suki has established itself as a leading solution to physician burnout. Powered by artificial intelligence, Suki uses natural language processing and machine learning to create clinically accurate medical notes and quickly completes administrative tasks such as retrieving patient information from the electronic health record (EHR).

“It’s clear that physician burnout caused by documentation and administrative burden is a crisis in medicine, which is why we’ve seen such enthusiastic adoption of our technology to date and will continue this momentum with the support of our investors,” said Punit Soni, founder and CEO of Suki. “Suki not only delivers a better physician experience, but also supports high-quality, coordinated care and improved coding and billing through its accurate, detailed medical notes.” Click here to continue>>

 

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