Jonathon Dreyer
Jonathon Dreyer is the vice president of solutions marketing for Nuance where he is driving a physician-first approach to medicine by bringing cloud-based speech recognition and clinical language understanding technology to a worldwide community of healthcare IT developers and provider organizations. Prior to his current role, Jon worked as the solutions marketing manager for Diagnostic Imaging at Nuance and previously headed up marketing at Commissure Inc., a provider of clinical documentation and healthcare communication solutions. Jon graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors at Wayne State University where he earned a B.S business administration.

Jonathon Dreyer’s stories

Intelligence at Work: Knee Osteoarthritis Labeling Assistant (KOALA) for detecting signs of knee osteoarthritis by IBL

As the population ages, arthritis and other musculoskeletal diseases are an increasing cause of physician visits and health care spending.  With increased prevalence comes an increased burden for rapid, precise diagnosis and staging, as well as an ability to predict future disability. Unfortunately, interpreting orthopedic images can be laborious. There is a need for standardization […]

Intelligence at work: Visualizing functional lung tissue with LungPrint and Hyperion View by VIDA

Lung disease is among the highest causes of morbidity and mortality in the world, yet traditional imaging techniques don’t easily account for the complexity of the airway structure to make a fast, accurate diagnosis.  Due to these complexities and the increasing resolution of scanners, radiologists are challenged to review complicated reconstructions of airway trees via […]

Adding speech to secure clinical communications benefits doctors and patients

Are you using secure speech recognition in your mobile messaging app?

Every day, Americans send billions of text and mobile messages—and the “just text me” movement has spilled over from our personal lives to the workplace. Likewise, healthcare providers also have come to rely on text messaging to communicate with care teams and get quick answers to questions about patient care. A problem arises, however, if […]