The company expands its footprint to support all platforms including Web, iOS, Android, Windows, and Mac, increasing access for clinicians
REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. — August 1, 2023 — Suki, the leader in voice artificial intelligence (AI) technology for healthcare, today announced the launch of a native Mac app as part of its Suki Dictate offering to further its mission of building the most comprehensive solution in healthcare. Suki Dictate on Mac expands the use of Suki’s proprietary technology to serve clinicians everywhere and makes Suki the only voice assistant that supports all platforms including iOS, Android, web, Windows, and now Mac.
Suki Dictate on Mac is available at no additional cost to all Suki Assistant users. Many of Suki’s partner practices use Mac computers; in addition, many clinicians choose to use Mac for their personal devices and until now, haven’t had access to a dictation solution that works, making this a game changer for the company and the industry as a whole.
“Our core value is ‘every pixel is in service of the clinician’,” said Anmol Rastogi, Suki’s Sr. Director of Product. “We want to help lift the administrative burden from every clinician, whatever the circumstance. For far too long, Mac users who wanted a dictation solution had no options. The launch of Suki Dictate on Mac officially rounds out our solution set and lets us serve this neglected audience, with no additional cost to our users.”
On average, clinicians spend two hours on administrative work for every hour of patient care – showcasing the need for Suki’s technology and the potential it has to impact the industry. This announcement comes off the heels of Suki’s integration with Epic in May of 2023 which greatly streamlines workflows by enabling notes created by Suki to automatically sync to the relevant fields in Epic. Suki’s user-centric approach and speed of innovation are drivers of its success. Many medical tools are not designed with clinicians’ workflows in mind, making them hard to implement and use across practices. Suki changes that by putting the clinician at the center of everything they do, from development to execution.
“I love using Suki’s new Mac app,” said Dr. John DiGiovanni, family medicine physician at Frederick Primary Care Associates. “I use a Windows computer in the clinic and a Mac computer at home. Now I can use voice to quickly and accurately take care of tasks at home. I have been using Suki for a year and have been highly impressed with Suki’s responsiveness to feedback and innovation - they truly take user feedback to heart.”
Suki Assistant users get access to Suki Dictate at no additional cost. Suki Dictate is also available as a standalone solution - for more information on how to buy and download the solution, click here.
Suki is a leading technology company that provides AI-powered voice solutions for healthcare. Its mission is to reimagine the healthcare tech stack, making it invisible and assistive to lift the administrative burden from clinicians. Its flagship product is Suki Assistant, an AI-powered voice assistant that helps clinicians complete documentation and other administrative tasks 72% faster on average. Suki also offers its proprietary voice platform, Suki Speech Platform (SSP), to partners who want to create a best-in-class voice experience for their solutions. SSP uses the latest in natural language processing and machine learning to provide industry-leading accuracy and natural and fast voice experience. Suki is backed by investors including Venrock, First Round, Flare Capital Partners, March Capital, and Breyer Capital. To learn more, visit suki.ai, or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.