The Kara 2.0 adds to the versatility of Saykara, enabling the AI healthcare assistant to automate up to 100 percent of all the manual EHR entry.
FREMONT, CA: In the healthcare sector, physicians spend a significant amount of their time in filling the electronic health records (EHRs). Since they have to do this during patient exams, it erodes doctor-patient interactions. Some are even forced to dictate or enter information after work hours, often at the cost of forfeiting personal time, which has led to rising dissatisfaction among them. However, with the incorporation of robust AI assistants such as Saykara, physicians can eliminate almost all the manual charting and record entry.
The launch of Kara 2.0, an AI-powered healthcare assistant by Saykara, is a step toward total automation of healthcare data management. The offering is aimed at simplifying the documentation process for physicians and patients. The Kara 2.0 now comes with an Ambient Mode. It listens to the interaction between patients and physicians, transcribing it to text and then parsing it into structured data. The AI system automatically fills in the patient’s EHR and generates a clinic note comprising the patient history, physical assessment, plan, orders, and referrals.
Saykara’s AI-powered healthcare virtual assistant has enabled physicians to streamline their documentation process, allowing them to focus their attention on patients rather than on administrative tasks. It was launched in 2015 by a group of experienced healthcare veterans previously pioneering in speech recognition and machine learning for medical transcription.
It leverages voice and AI to automate the critical workflows and deliver smart and scalable solutions for customers. Saykara offers a personalized experience for its customers, significantly minimizing deployment lead time. The Ambient Mode upgrade in Saykara makes it the only virtual healthcare assistant to be used passively in the room during physician-patient interactions without the need for voice commands. The new feature enhances the versatility of Saykara, making it adoptable in over 18 different healthcare sectors, including pediatrics, primary care, internal medicine, orthopedics, urology, and so on.
The development of Saykara is a significant breakthrough in the field of AI-powered doctor voice assistants. Its implementation will favor physicians and patients, eliminating almost 100 percent of after-hours charting and record entry. The versatility of Saykara is augmented by its advanced capabilities such as speech recognition and machine learning. Its AI functions are bolstered by human feedback, enabling the system to train itself and meet the mission-critical accuracy requirements in the healthcare landscape.