The new on-demand healthcare service blends virtual medicine with in-house visits if the condition can't be diagnosed or treated remotely.
The service makes it easy for developers to integrate medical transcription into applications that help physicians do clinical documentation efficiently.
The company has teamed up with Omnicell to launch this experience, and these new Alexa capabilities will be available to Giant Eagle Pharmacy customers.
The virtual primary care clinic is currently in the pilot phase, offering a combination of telemedicine and in-person services.
Users are able to ask questions and get expert health advice using Amazon Alexa devices, under a partnership with the NHS.
The company is reportedly developing a wrist-worn device that would determine your emotions to make helpful suggestions and sell you products.
Also announced were six Alexa healthcare skills from leading healthcare providers, payors, pharmacy benefit managers and digital health coaching companies.
The project called Amazon Comprehend Medical will allow developers to process unstructured medical text and identify a multitude of patient information.
Developed by Arcadia Group, these devices include connected blood pressure cuffs and glucose monitors.
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