Augmedix Announces New AI Medical Documentation Product, Augmedix Go, a Clinician-Controlled Mobile App
Committed to progressing scalable AI technologies, Augmedix’s newest fully automated product is adaptable to…Read More
Committed to progressing scalable AI technologies, Augmedix’s newest fully automated product is adaptable to…
The council is comprised of distinguished leaders from various backgrounds and industries, and will…
Together, they help physicians document patient encounters more easily. Augmedix’s CEO sees potential beyond documentation.
SAN FRANCISCO (September 6, 2023) – Augmedix (Nasdaq: AUGX), a healthcare technology company that…
Augmedix is using Google’s generative AI for Augmedix Go, an app that generates medical notes from conversations with patients.
AI technology can help providers focus on patients instead of administrative tasks.
The hospital system and tech giant say they are partnering on programs to reduce some administrative hassles for doctors and nurses in producing patient records.
HCA Healthcare is partnering with Google Cloud and Augmedix to use generative artificial intelligence to improve clinical documentation workflows.
As part of a pilot program between HCA, Google Cloud, and Augmedix, approximately 75 emergency room physicians at four HCA Healthcare hospitals started using Google’s AI technology.
The healthcare giant will expand its work with Google and Augmedix to help automate workflows and streamline documentation for ED physicians.
HCA has also been working with Google and the publicly-traded ambient AI company Augmedix to automate medical note-taking in the emergency room.
Currently, HCA Healthcare is piloting a solution that extracts information from physician-patient conversations to help create medical notes.
A message from Ian Shakil: I am thrilled to share another step forward in our journey with the announcement of our latest collaboration with HCA Healthcare and Google Cloud to reimagine clinician experiences using generative artificial intelligence (AI).
AI technology to help improve workflows, reduce administrative burden and allow physicians and nurses to spend more time with patients.
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