Ambience Healthcare raises $70M for its AI assistant led by OpenAI and Kleiner Perkins

Key Points:

  • Ambience Healthcare raises $70 million in funding to expand its business
  • Kleiner Perkins and OpenAI’s Startup Fund are co-leading the Series B investment
  • Ambience Healthcare’s focus on providing an “operating system” for healthcare organizations to assist clinicians in administrative work


Ambience Healthcare is the developing a healthcare operating system designed to streamline clinicians’ arduous administrative tasks. Securing $70 million in funding, the company, initially centered in the U.S., caters to a plethora of ambulatory specialties like cardiology, oncology, pediatrics, and ENT.


While Ambience keeps mum on specific customer figures and platform usage data, notable clients include top health institutions like UCSF and Memorial Hermann Health System. The current funding round, spearheaded by Kleiner Perkins and OpenAI’s Startup Fund, alongside prominent backers like Andreessen Horowitz and Optum Ventures, hints at the startup’s promising trajectory. With previous endeavors like Remedy Health under their belts, co-founders Michael Ng and Nikhil Buduma bring a wealth of experience in leveraging AI for clinical innovation.


Ambience Healthcare’s suite of groundbreaking AI tools, such as AutoScribe and AutoCDI, aims to revolutionize the intricacies of patient interactions and healthcare documentation processes. While the platform doesn’t currently diagnose conditions, the roadmap for future expansion in this area is firmly in place. Standing out in a crowded field of AI-powered healthcare solutions, Ambience faces competition from players like Corti and Nabla, signaling a growing trend in the integration of AI into medical workflows.


As AI continues to reshape the healthcare landscape, Ambience Healthcare stands at the forefront of innovative solutions that harmonize technology and medicine. With investments from industry heavyweights and a vision to redefine the healthcare experience, Ambience is poised to lead the charge in transforming how clinicians navigate the complexities of modern healthcare delivery.



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