The medical documentation tool developer has been acquired by Nuance Communications having raised $7.5m from investors including NewYork-Presbyterian.
Healthcare provider NewYork-Presbyterian has exited Saykara, the US-based developer of an intelligent medical assistant, in a purchase of undisclosed size by artificial intelligence technology producer Nuance Communications. Founded in 2015, Saykara has created a mobile assistant that utilises AI to automate parts of the clinical documentation process for physicians, helping to streamline their workflow. Its…
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