Suki News

Voice assistants: Moving from party tricks to practical applications

ZDNet  |  June 12, 2018

Focused on simplifying the laborious process of medical notetaking, Suki is an AI-powered, voice-enabled digital assistant for doctors, allowing them to spend more time treating patients than filling out forms.

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Suki, the Company Creating an AI-Driven Alexa for Doctors, Launches After $20 Million in Funding

Disruptor Daily  |  May 7, 2018

Their team is comprised of engineers, technologists, and clinicians who have contributed to the building of products for the likes of Apple, 23andMe, Google, Salesforce, and Oracle, spanning the realms of consumer, healthcare, and enterprise products.

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Former Flipkart CPO’s new company uses AI voice assistant to help doctors with documentation

MedCity News  |  May 6, 2018

CEO Punit Soni said there’s only one metric of success: “Doctors need to be happy. I am absolutely convinced that one of the biggest issues in healthcare is we have lost sight of the user and what their issues are,” Soni added. “I will fail and succeed on the philosophy that my company will be in service of the doctor.”

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Suki raises $20M to create AI-based voice assistant for physicians

Healthcare Dive  |  May 2, 2018

The news comes as hospitals and physician practices across the U.S. are embracing AI and digital technologies to increase efficiencies and improve the patient experience.

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Suki Emerges with $20M to Build an "Alexa for Doctors"

Healthcare Analytics News  |  May 2, 2018

Healthcare professionals often gripe about administrative burden associated with EHRs… Michael Behr, MD, thinks the new technology could help alleviate that problem. He is the medical director for a series of Atlanta-based orthopedic practices that are participating in one of the pilots. Behr said that the AI that Suki brings to the EHR “will dramatically improve a physician's ability to spend more time with the patient and less time in front of a computer.”

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Venrock leads $15 mn investment in Punit Soni’s health-tech startup Suki

VCCircle  |  May 2, 2018

Pilot projects in the US show that Suki’s voice assistant, powered by artificial intelligence (AI), cuts the amount of time physicians spend on medical notes by up to 60% – leading to better notes and happier doctors, according to the company.

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Suki – an AI-Powered, Voice-Enabled Digital Assistant for Doctors – Launches to Reduce Documentation Burden on Physicians

Redwood City, California  |  May 1, 2018

All-star technology and medical team raises $20 million in funding led by Venrock, First Round, Social Capital, and Marc Benioff

Suki announced today that after a year of developing its product and building its team, it has raised $20 million to fuel an artificial intelligence-powered, voice-enabled digital assistant for doctors. By alleviating administrative work like medical charting in electronic health records (EHRs), Suki enables doctors to focus on what they love: taking care of patients.

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Does your doctor need a voice assistant?

Wired  |  May 1, 2018

For years, voice assistants have been changing the way people shop, get around, and manage their home entertainment systems. Now they’re starting to show up someplace even a little more personal: the doctor’s office.

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AI-based voice-software company nets $20 million to ease physician note-taking

Modern Healthcare  |  May 1, 2018

Former executives of Google and Salesforce just received $20 million to fund AI-based software that helps physicians with note-taking. The voice-enabled assistant connects to electronic health records, saving doctors time on administrative tasks like writing notes in patients' charts.

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Suki raises $20M to create a voice assistant for doctors

TechCrunch  |  May 1, 2018

When trying to figure out what to do after an extensive career at Google, Motorola, and Flipkart, Punit Soni decided to spend a lot of time sitting in doctors’ offices to figure out what to do next.

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Meet Suki, the AI-enabled voice assistant for doctors

PitchBook  |  May 1, 2018

A pair of former Flipkart and Salesforce executives have announced $20 million in funding for their startup, an AI-enabled voice assistant for doctors called Suki… Suki's medical assistant, which is currently in its pilot phase, gets to know each doctor it works with and becomes more intelligent in the process.

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Punit Soni’s Healthtech Startup Suki Raises $20 Mn Funding From Venrock, First Round, Social Capital

Inc42  |  May 1, 2018

AI enabled healthtech startup Suki (formerly called Robin), founded by ex-CPO of Flipkart Punit Soni has raised $20 Mn led by Venrock, First Round, Social Capital, as well as individual Googlers and other angels including Nat Turner of Flatiron Health, and Marc Benioff (CEO of Salesforce).

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AI-powered doctor assistant Suki lands $20M in funding

MobiHealthNews  |  May 1, 2018

The technology was developed to help doctors handle paperwork and update a patient's EHR. The technology is also designed to gradually personalize itself based on each individual doctor — in fact, the more time the platform spends with doctors, the more it learns about their needs.

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'Suki, this patient needs a follow up': An AI startup backed by Salesforce chief Marc Benioff is trying to build an Alexa for doctors

Business Insider  |  May 1, 2018

Suki's goal is to help eliminate doctor burnout. More than half of doctors in the US experience burnout, a rate that's twice as high as the average American worker.

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