Mayo Clinic Equips Amazon Alexa With First Aid Nuts And Bolts
Orbita’s Voice Experience Designer is mentioned in Healthcare Dive, along with Mayo Clinic’s First Aid skill on Amazon Alexa.
From the article, “Once enabled with the free Mayo Clinic First Aid program, people with Amazon devices like Echo and Echo Dot can ask Alexa for assistance treating a wound or putting salve on a burn or assessing someone who isn’t breathing. People seeking information about CPR will be told perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation for one minute and then call 911 if the victim doesn’t respond.”
“Last year, Orbita launched the Voice Experience Designer to make it easier to create conversational experiences based on the cloud-based Alexa platform. The idea is to construct conversations in a way that providers can encode their care protocols into voice assistance programs, Nathan Treloar, co-founder and president of Orbita, told Healthcare Dive in January.”
Read the entire article on Healthcare Dive.
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