Boston Childrens' Hospital is investigating Alexa skills for doctors. The idea, presumably, is to free up the physician using voice commands rather than staring at a screen (like you are now -Ed.).
“We’ve spent a lot of time trying to get a provider perspective,” Nadar said. “Overall, what we’ve found is providers in the US are excited and interested in using voice. … I’ve heard a lot of people say that providers aren’t interested in using voice, they don’t use it at home. That’s not true.”
We charted some of the data in the story about HCPs and voice systems:
Interestingly, 13% of HCPs don’t know about Google Home. Who knew?
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