Peter Durlach
As the head of corporate strategy, Peter is responsible for advancing Nuance’s overall strategic direction and portfolio in line with emerging trends across our key vertical markets: healthcare, financial services, telecommunications, retail, and government. In addition, Peter is responsible for the creation and management of new strategic innovations focused on developing disruptive AI-powered solutions. Prior to assuming this role, Peter served as SVP of healthcare strategy and new business development, where he drove significant growth across the organization. Prior to Nuance, Peter served as founder and president of Unveil Technologies, Inc., was the vice president of healthcare marketing and business development at Lernout and Hauspie, and was a founder of Articulate Systems. He also served as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. ​ Peter holds a B.S. from the University of Vermont in Business Administration.
Peter Durlach’s stories
Digital Front Door, Ambient Technology, AI, and The Revenue Cycle

The urgency around the factors driving this transformation – physician burnout, patient expectations, and financial resilience – will only grow in 2021. In this blog post, I’ll discuss the four key trends to watch and the areas of innovation that healthcare organizations will be investing in throughout the new year and beyond. The digital front […]

Ambient clinical intelligence technology addresses priority concerns for physicians

When COVID-19 struck the state of New Jersey in March of 2020, Cooper University Health Care, a leading academic health system in southern New Jersey, wanted to attract top medical talent and maintain services while protecting patients and hospital staff. One immediate option was limiting the number of people in exam rooms, including the in-person […]

The difference between ambient clinical intelligence and ambition

As commercially available smart speakers and voice assistants have become more common in our homes and offices, people have grown accustomed to speaking to technology to record a thought or perform a simple task—check the weather, turn on the TV, or make a call. In a clinical setting, it may be just as easy to […]

Healthcare and the wisdom of people around us

Whenever any of us face important personal or professional challenges it’s vital to have clear sense of purpose to guide our decisions and actions. One’s sense of purpose is informed by our own experiences and by the wisdom of people around us. Sometimes that wisdom comes from the uncluttered mind of a child. This crayon […]