REPLAY WEBINAR: The power of voice: Will AI-driven virtual bedside assistants become mainstream?


Presenters

Nick White

Co-creator of DeloitteASSIST, principal in Deloitte’s Smart Healthcare Solutions practice

Nick White is a co-creator of DeloitteASSIST, a market-proven virtual bedside assistant, and principal of Deloitte’s robotic and cognitive automation practice in Australia. During a nearly two-decade career working with C-suite executives across Australia, the UK, and Southeast Asia, he’s developed deep expertise in business automation, operating model development, enterprise cost reduction, and efficient operating growth models.

Bill Rogers

CEO & Co-founder, Orbita

Bill’s unique combination of hands-on technology expertise and broad-based business strategy acumen allows him to take a unique, holistic approach to creating and managing software companies.  Rogers previously founded Ektron, a provider of Web content and digital management platforms used to create and manage unique, personalized digital experiences. The company was acquired in 2014 and merged with Episerver. He also co-founded one of healthcare’s first telemedicine companies.

Conversational AI and virtual health assistants are bringing new opportunities to care facilities to improve patient journeys and yield radical workflow efficiencies.

Will the hospital rooms of the future continue to provide traditional bedside call buttons? Or will these be replaced with digitally reimagined, AI-driven, voice-powered agents?

Learn from the expert who created today’s industry-leading, market-proven virtual bedside assistant.

Join this session to yield new insights about:

  • How patients can ask for assistance simply by speaking a request — with AI working in the background to prioritize and smart-route requests to efficiently aligned resources
  • What early research shows about the value of enhancing data-rich communication pathways between patient, nurses and other caregivers
  • How virtual bedside assistants can improve patient satisfaction, and support nurses and other clinicians to practice at top of license