Providence and Microsoft’s Nuance to ramp up healthcare AI innovation

11 March 2024


The tie-up will focus on five key areas, including improving operational efficiency and in-house solution development.

US-based not-for-profit health system Providence has joined forces with Microsoft’s subsidiary Nuance Communications to advance at-scale artificial intelligence (AI) innovation and clinical research in the healthcare industry.  

The partnership aims to foster collaborations between healthcare IT vendors and health systems.  


The partnership aims to foster collaborations between healthcare IT vendors and health systems. Credit: Koshiro K/Shutterstock.com.

Providence has already migrated solutions to the cloud and expedited the development and adoption of generative AI applications through its collaboration with Nuance and Microsoft.  

Through the implementation of generative AI-powered applications, the health system aims to improve care quality and access, while lowering physicians’ administrative burdens.  

The health system has also deployed Nuance’s AI solutions, including the Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience (DAX), Dragon Medical One, and the Nuance PowerScribe radiology reporting solution in the US. 



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