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Augmedix opting for AI to train recruits

Published : Saturday, 10 February, 2018 at 12:00 AM Count : 198
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Augmedix founder and Chief Executive Officer Ian Shakil outlined innovation initiatives to use artificial intelligence (AI) to train scribes faster and to supercharge scribe productivity while addressing a media meet at Augmedix head office in capital's Panthapath on Tuesday night. At the meet  ICT State Minister Zunaid Ahmed Palak and USA-based investor firm Redmile's Managing Director Gerard van Hamel Platerink were, among others, present. Augmedix will contribute to branding the country abroad, Zunaid Ahmed Palak expressed his hope at the event.
At the meetup it was also informed that Redmile Group has already invested ten million dollars to a Bangladeshi medical scribing firm which has been serving physicians in US from its headquarter in Dhaka.  Augmedix provides a platform that enables doctors to wear Google Glass as they see patients, while remote medical scribes fill out the electronic medical records in real time based on what they hear and see from the visit.






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