Suno has launched a new mobile app, to help audiology practices manage schedules and communicate with patients.

Suno, the healthcare technology startup behind the AI-powered practice management software for audiology practices, has announced the launch of its new mobile app.

The app is designed to enhance user experience and accessibility for hearing professionals by allowing them to manage their schedules and communicate with patients on-the-go.

Building on the success of their initial software offering, Suno’s mobile app is set to further streamline operations for audiology clinics, improving efficiency and patient outcomes.

Key features of the Suno mobile app include:

  • Easy access to daily schedules: Healthcare providers can view and manage their appointments directly from the app, allowing them to stay organized and informed throughout the day.
  • Instant patient communication: The app enables real-time messaging with patients, facilitating prompt replies and efficient communication for improved patient engagement.
  • Seamless integration: The Suno mobile app syncs with the AI-powered practice management software, ensuring that all data is up-to-date and accessible across devices.
  • Secure and HIPAA compliant: Maintaining the highest standards of data security, the app ensures that all patient information is protected and compliant with HIPAA regulations.

“The launch of our mobile app demonstrates our commitment to rapidly and continually enhancing our software offerings for audiology clinics,” said Omar Kiyani, chief executive officer at Suno. “At the AAA conference in Seattle, hearing healthcare providers expressed the need for a mobile app to stay on top of their schedules and connect with their patients even during off hours. Our team worked long nights to develop and launch it in record time. By providing hearing professionals with easy access to their schedules and patient communication, we’re helping them stay connected and focused on delivering the best possible care.”

The Suno mobile app will be made available for free when practices sign up for the Suno software platform.

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