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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Healthcare Hospital Assistant

Had previously mentioned an IBM Watson powered hospital assistant system.  Care was taken there to not deal with any patient data.    Seems the same is true here with a test called Aiva.   Note also the linkage to workflow, how can we make hospitals more efficient by leveraging people with an RPA (Robotic Process Automation) approach?  Overlaying key detected patterns of use?  Many more examples in the links below.

An LA hospital will put Alexa in over 100 patients' rooms

It provides a hands-free way to call for healthcare providers and to control the TV.

By Mariella Moon, @mariella_moon  in Engadget  ... "

Meet Aiva, the world’s first voice-powered care assistant.  Hands-free communication for happier patients and better workflow.  .... "    On AivaHealth.

See more on Hospital Virtual Assistants.

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