February 16, 2016
It is a privilege to work to transform the trajectory of healthcare, and we are eager to continue providing human-centric solutions to the industry's biggest challenges.
April 19, 2018
California's Sutter Health is using Google Glass and Augmedix mHealth software to reduce time spent by its doctors on administrative tasks. Those improved workflows lead to less stress and burnout.
March 17, 2018
By using Augmedix's remote scribes, a provider can save up to 15 hours per week.
February 19, 2018
Wearing Google Glass Inspired Augmedix, A Live Transcription Service For Doctors. When Health care professionals walk into the clinic, they will simply log into their glass and connect to their Augmedix scribe.
January 01, 2018
Augmented reality is roaring back to prominence as one of Silicon Valley's favorite frontier technologies, nearly three years after Google's brief, unsuccessful run at the market with its infamous smart glasses.
December 15, 2017
Dignity Health’s Dr. Davin Lundquist, the California-based doctor has played a significant role in bringing the latest technology into hospitals across the country. In partnership with Augmedix, which utilizes Glass technology.
November 02, 2017
Digital technology is changing how physicians work with patients, with augmented reality (AR) in place at some healthcare organizations such as the Sutter Health Network.
November 02, 2017
Augmedix based in San Francisco, seeks to give physicians more time to focus on patient care. Providers can wear Google Glass and utilize a “remote scribe” application from Augmedix.
November 01, 2017
Augmedix uses Google Glass to listen to voice commands for record-keeping and team collaboration, along with other administrative tasks that can take up doctors' time.
September 30, 2017
Ian Shakil (E'06) is the co-founder and CEO of Augmedix, a health care documentation automation platform that rehumanizes the doctor-patient interaction and saves doctors many hours of paperwork.
September 26, 2017
With one system offered by a company called Augmedix, physicians wear Google Glass while a remote scribe follows the live video and audio, as if in the room.
August 29, 2017
Augmedix,which is based in San Francisco, has secured $17 million in funding from several health care systems, including Sutter Health and Dignity Health. The company says doctors and health systems in 30 states are using its product.