How Voice-Activated Assistants Are Redefining Traditional Health Care

Dell Perspectives


This article reviews how voice-activated assistants are improving health care – from offering consistent educational content throughout the discharge process and for home-based self-care.But, health care organizations aren’t alone in recognizing the benefits voice has to offer.

Read perspective by ERT’s Karin Beckstrom on how intelligent voice assistant technology can help clinical trial patients comply with the trial protocol and stay actively engaged in their health care.She presents three distinct areas in which voice technology is valuable:gathering answers to questionnaires, delivering instructions to collect vital statistics, such as blood pressure, and providing answers to frequently asked questions.

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