AmplioSpeech – A Case Study at Vanderbilt University School of Management
AmplioSpeech is selected to serve as a fascinating case study of successful innovation by Vanderbilt University’s top-ranking business school.
ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND, MARCH 3, 2020/AmplioSpeech/ — Disrupting the traditional speech therapy industry, spending $30 Billion annually, Vanderbilt MBA students will analyze how AmplioSpeech utilizes the best of what technology offers – AI, NLP, ML – to improve outcomes, and how outcomes-based payments can apply to therapy and to the K-12 market.
AmplioSpeech is leading the Digital Speech-Language Therapy revolution, focusing on boosting clinical and academic outcomes for K-12 students. AmplioSpeech innovative therapy is powered by an award-winning technology, delivered by licensed Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs). For the first time in the history of speech-language therapy, AmplioSpeech integrates artificial intelligence (AI) in its core, in order to treat speech-language deficits, dramatically accelerating progress towards goals, while guaranteeing IDEA compliance, and empowering SLPs to become intervention leaders and clinical decision-makers. By streamlining validated intervention protocols, continuous progress monitoring, IEP compliance assurance, assignment completion, smart reports, automated measurement of SLQs (Speech-Language Qualities) and additional advanced technologies – AmplioSpeech created a revolutionary service delivery model.
“We are very proud to have been selected by Vanderbilt University,” says Dr. Yair Shapira, CEO and Founder of AmplioSpeech. “AmplioSpeech is sharing its vision, mission and success story with the brightest minds at Vanderbilt’s School of Management, who, in turn, analyze potential routes to align financial incentives with the overall mission — helping kids in need reach their potential.”
AmplioSpeech was greeted by Prof. Mark Cohen of Vanderbilt University, who expressed his appreciation of the company’s mission as well as its achievements in penetrating a conservative market. Prof. Cohen is Justin Potter Professor of American Competitive Enterprise and Professor of Law at Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt University’s prominent alumni base includes Nobel Prize winners, members of Congress, governors, ambassadors, judges, admirals, CEOs, university presidents, physicians and attorneys, as well as professional sports figures playing in the NFL, NBA, Major League Baseball, the PGA and LPGA.