Suki takes accurate notes during appointments, so doctors have more time to focus on patients.
Physician burnout is a growing problem, with up to 70% of doctors experiencing it at some level. One of the major contributors to the issue is the large amount of administrative work doctors have to work through daily. Focusing on note-taking during appointments with patients takes both time and focus away from dealing with a patient’s concerns.
Suki AI is a voice-enabled digital assistant which uses machine learning and natural language processing. It takes accurate notes while the doctor is assessing the patient so that the attention can be on the patient, not the computer screen. Suki is Electronic Health Record (EHR) integrated so that all patient information, such as medication and vital signs, are easily retrieved by voice.
Each note is automatically sorted, quality assessed, and can also be used with commands to make medicine orders. At the end of the appointment, all the doctor has to do is sign off on the note, and then they’re ready for the next patient.
Suki has been created by doctors and boasts a full medical vocabulary. It understands a doctor’s workflow and integrates seamlessly into their routine. With it, doctors have a chance to dedicate more time to build better patient-doctor relationships and hopefully let them finish on time too!