With populations ageing in many Western regions, both demand for and demands upon carers and nurses are rapidly increasing. The start-up voize has come up with a voice-activated application that saves carers time and effort in documenting their activity in nursing homes and other facilities.
That information is then analyzed with artificial intelligence, and the app creates the required electronic health record documentation.
The fledgling firm, which is located in Stuttgart and Potsdam, came in at No. 3 in Für Gründer magazine’s top 50 start-ups in Germany 2020. In late 2019, voize was invited to present its ideas to German Health Minister Jens Spahn and other experts at the ministry’s Innovation Meets Politics event.