From B-Time with Beth Bierbower, our guest today is Adam Odessky, Co-founder & CEO of Sensely, a conversational platform that drives patient and insurance member engagement.
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Allianz Partners introduces an integrated Digital Health AssistantFeaturing the Sensely symptom checker, the Allianz Partners digital health assistant is currently available in English, German, French, Italian and Spanish, and has already been made available to more than 800,000 people.
From UCSF Rosenman Institute: Ivana Schnur, MD/PhD shares her own incredible journey to medicine; from growing up in the Eastern bloc in Czechoslovakia, moving to the US to become a doctor, to recovering from a spinal cord injury that left her paralyzed, and understanding the potential of virtual reality in medicine.
Patient digital access solution expands footprint & supporting remit
From the BBC, “The Compass” features Sensely’s c0-founder and Chief Medical Officer, Ivana Schnur, Md/PhD. Content begins at 3:40.
From HLTH, Plug and Play, Sensely, Allianz Partners, and Mayo Clinic, learn how incorporating virtual health solutions can expand the brand and reach of insurance companies.
Ask NHS App, Powered by Sensely, Helps Patients Access Physio and Mental Health Care During COVID Crisis
In-person mental health services have also been disrupted by the pandemic, even as the stress of the COVID-19 crisis has taken a toll on people’s mental health.
San Francisco startup, Sensely, is bringing the love by using AI and digital nurses to make clinical conversations more understanding and empathetic.
From Digital Health Forward, we meet Adam Odessky, CEO and Co-founder of Sensely. In this episode, we chat about innovation in chatbots, avatars, and AI technology, and the applications for healthcare.
From The Healthtech Podcast, James is joined by Adam Odessky, an engineer who founded Sensely after his first-hand experiences of helping to coordinate the healthcare of his grandmother.
While AI is an incredibly powerful problem-solving tool, we’re still a long way from the talkative, genuinely intelligent AI personalities that many of us grew up dreaming about.
The normalization of digital healthcare will go a long way toward driving uptake of new technologies.
The short answer is yes. Automation and data insights can help get COVID-19 vaccines into people’s arms faster.
Conversational AI platform continues aggressive expansion into additional enterprise payer markets & opens Philippines office.
The coherence structure of multiple discourse units is part of what makes discourse interpretable and meaningful, it is the difference between sanity and chaos.
AI technologies will augment human healthcare professionals, not replace them.
From Mixergy – Startup Stories with 1000+ entrepreneurs and businesses
Using natural-language processing and speech recognition technologies, startups are now creating chat-bots and other apps that can, to a remarkable extent, accurately replicate the experience of chatting with a receptionist or nurse.
Virtual assistants have been around for some time but it may be COVID-19 that finally makes them mainstream in healthcare for patient services.