Putting conversation back in the encounter with Clinical Documentation That Writes Itself™
Ambient clinical intelligence (ACI) — a comprehensive, AI-powered, voice-enabled solution — uses ambient sensing technology to securely listen to clinician-patient encounter conversations while offering workflow and knowledge automation to complement the EHR. Exceeding the capabilities of a virtual or on-site scribe, ACI promotes a better patient experience by accurately capturing and appropriately contextualizing every word of the patient encounter and automatically documenting patient care without taking the physician's attention off the patient.
Machine learning and AI show great promise for healthcare. Explore innovations that amplify human intelligence to improve how care teams interact with patients and document care.
Nuance ambient clinical intelligence is built on decades of healthcare experience and an extensive market footprint. The wide-scale deployment of our speech recognition platform across a large customer base gives us incredible amounts of data to continually improve our AI. Every word teaches and reinforces meaning, allowing the technology to better predict and understand how to contextualize new information. As our capabilities expand from orthopedics, podiatry, ophthalmology, dermatology, and ENT, ACI will evolve to support more complex specialty areas.
Nuance enables the journey to ambient clinical intelligence through Dragon Medical One and core AI technologies combined with a rich clinical knowledge base. Take advantage of the industry’s most widely used cloud‑based speech recognition technology today and benefit from increasing levels of workflow, task and knowledge automation.
What makes ambient intelligence an even stronger value proposition is the AI expertise leveraged from the millions of people and thousands of organizations that rely on Nuance AI in their cars, throughout financial institutions, and across the world’s leading consumer brands.
The same technology makes it possible for care teams to conversationally interact with the EHR.
The same technology makes our virtual assistant sound like an extension of the care team.