BOSTON – Orbita has upgraded its Voice platform, which enables health care organizations and service providers to create and maintain applications for voice-assistants and conversational artificial intelligence platforms like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. “The health care industry is embracing intelligent voice assistant technology as a powerful way to increase patient engagement, improve care coordination, enhance education and deliver real-time insights,” said Bill Rogers, CEO of Orbita, in a statement. “We are proud to offer the first enterprise-grade, HIPAA-compliant platform for creating and managing voice assistant applications that meet the health care industry’s strict requirements.” The latest version of Orbita Voice adds new features to accelerate development and streamline maintenance of voice-first, enterprise healthcare applications. “Orbita’s technology offers proven functionality, scalability and stable integration, which enables clinical trial services companies to develop new solutions that help patients to stay engaged in clinical trials and remain compliant with their treatment,” said Karin Beckstrom, senior product manager at ERT, a leading clinical trial services company, in a statement. ERT is collaborating with Orbita to research innovative approaches for data procurement and management. “We look forward to applying this capability in our solutions so that researchers are able to minimize risks and accelerate their clinical development programs,” Beckstrom said.
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