Allied Digestive Health (ADH), a leading gastroenterology organization, has partnered with Suki, a provider of voice artificial intelligence-powered healthcare solutions, to become a Center of Excellence in gastroenterology. This partnership marks a significant step in integrating AI technology into the field of gastroenterology to improve patient care and provider experience.
ADH, known for its tech-forward approach, has been investing in AI solutions to automate coding processes and identify potential subjects for research studies. The organization also focuses on enhancing the digital patient experience, including online appointment scheduling and billing. With Suki’s AI clinical assistant, ADH providers will have access to tools that streamline documentation and coding, and integrate seamlessly with ADH’s electronic health record (EHR) system. This integration is expected to reduce the administrative burden on clinicians, allowing them to focus more on patient care.
The use of Suki’s ambient note-generation capabilities has already shown significant benefits for ADH, including time savings for clinicians and financial advantages due to more accurate coding. The partnership is a testament to ADH’s commitment to empowering its clinicians with the latest AI advancements and adds to Suki’s growing presence in the healthcare industry, where it aims to make technology invisible and assistive, allowing clinicians to concentrate on patient care.