No matter who you are or where you live, everyone has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in some way. As the contagious virus travels across the world at warp speed, it wreaks havoc on patients, providers and hospitals alike. While the world comes to grips with its severity, technology has risen to the occasion by helping us stay connected to work, school and with loved ones.
Who is our front line and how do we keep them healthy?Healthcare workers, delivery drivers, ventilator manufacturers, and grocery store clerks share the same fear: lack of protection against the novel coronavirus. These individuals are the front lines of keeping us fed, healthy, and sane during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health system CIOs are at the epicenter of the front-line response to scale our response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Call centers and emergency departments are overwhelmed with patients seeking information and care, while clinical teams and support staff are over-extended and at-risk of transmission.
In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, health systems are being flooded with worried patients who are concerned they may have the virus, as well as symptomatic and at-risk patients who are unsure whether they should stay home or be seen by a provider.
To assist healthcare organizations in their response to COVID-19, Orbita today announced its new Orbita COVID 19 screening chatbot, a turnkey chatbot that can be readily integrated into existing websites to improve access to coronavirus-specific question-answering and screening tools. Orbita is delivering this new solution at no cost* to support...
For the purpose of bringing this blog post to life, we've included examples of a fictional healthcare organization named Valley Health.
As consumers expect real-time access and immediate information when making purchasing decisions, it's no surprise that as patients, they have similar expectations when it comes to making healthcare decisions. More and more often, healthcare organizations are...
This year, Google Assistant will become the main voice search method in the Chrome browser. This changeover from the current voice search method represents one of the last major Google products to incorporate Google Assistant.
The first search engine was created by Alan Emtage in 1990 and named Archie. Yahoo! was then born in 1994. Altavista in 1995. Ask Jeeves in 1997. And Google was founded in 1998. A good majority of people these days, including yourself, may say “I’ll Google it” as Google has become a household name.
When we “Google it” - what exactly does that entail? It means you go to the browser, type in...
I recently attended the Project Voice 2020 conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Over 3,000 attendees from nearly 20 countries—executives, marketers, developers, designers, you name it—were in attendance. The event allows AI folks to learn from each other, demonstrate progress, and sharpen our visions for the future of voice.