Voice Service in Healthcare

It’s Great To See Voice Interaction In Healthcare Finally In Action.

Very soon doctors, nurses, patients and even pharmacists will start using Amazon Alexa and Google Home in their personal and professional lives. Let's see how voice assistant can be game-changer for healthcare professionals and patients.

The increasing usage of IVAs in the healthcare industry is expected to open new growth opportunities to the smart speaker market. These devices will be incorporated in the patient’s room in hospitals that will allow the patients to forward updates and requests to doctors and nurses through voice controls.The integration of these devices with platforms, such as building management systems, will allow the adjustment of window blinds and lighting. Several organizations are partnering with technology giants to develop such devices with advanced security. For instance, the Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals and IBM are jointly developing smart speakers that respond to a set of specific voice commands. [Global Market Insights]

With our world growing older, health care faces new challenges. Allowing senior citizens to stay in touch with the world around them and to take best care of them when they get sick is one of the most important challenges faced by societies today.
Interacting with Voice User Interfaces features the same interaction that one would have with a real person.
Voice User Interfaces can be programmed to take on emergency calls just by raising your voice.
Similarly this voice control can replace other more complex controller and give seniors the capacity to easily operate highly modern devices without fear of being unable to scope with them.

Emergency Assistance

Easy and fast way to call help in case of an emergency.

Improve the barrier liberty

Easy access to modern technologies via universally know voice commands. Improve the barrier liberty for patients that are disabled and immobilized. Help patients with poor eyesight or limited mobility (as the accessibility of traditional healthcare software is notoriously poor for these groups). Bed-ridden patients, whether at home or in the hospital, could use Alexa to control the room temperature or blinds, control their TV’s, music, even order an Uber to get to an appointment.

Medical Stations

Answering a patient’s questions about their condition, symptoms, medications, and upcoming appointments. Provide updates on vitals to a remote nurse. Request medication refills or book an appointment

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