Digital Dictation Solution for Healthcare Workers
Medical secretaries can now use digital dictation and voice recognition in one integrated system and benefit from advanced workflow features.
The SpeechExec Correction Editor makes reviewing and editing the auto-transcribed dictations possible: text is highlighted on screen in sync with the playback of the dictation audio file.
Philips Speech Processing, which offers professional dictation solutions, announced Monday, March 5, that its SpeechExec dictation workflow solution now fully supports Nuance’s Dragon Medical speech recognition.
The announcement follows an extension of the long-time co-operation between the two companies, which has hitherto focused predominantly on the optimum use of Philips dictation hardware such as the Philips SpeechMike with Nuance’s voice recognition solutions for healthcare.[ Also Read: Philips Pocket Memo Device for Digital Dictation ]
“Editing speech-recognized documents is up to three times faster than manual transcription and thus frees up time for patient care. By using Dragon Medical with Philips SpeechExec, medical secretaries will now receive an automatically transcribed draft of a doctor’s dictation, which they can easily review and finalize,” says Stefan Herm VP, Nuance Healthcare EMEA.
Dragon Medical is a specialist software solution for doctors, which is based on a comprehensive medical recognition vocabulary that delivers accurate text documents.
The secretary can add new words to the recognition vocabulary, enabling Dragon Medical to automatically learn from each reviewed dictation document.[ Also Read: Android Devices to Improve Patient Care ]
Medical secretaries can configure an accurate, customized voice recognition system with their SpeechExec solution, affording them more time to manage medical practices and doctors’ offices.
“Philips and Nuance Healthcare answer to the demand of many medical practices and clinics wanting to use the digital dictation workflow solution SpeechExec together with their Dragon Medical speech recognition system. Our customers can now count on the seamless compatibility and smooth integration of the two systems, thus allowing medical secretaries to increase their individual productivity and deliver documents to doctors more quickly,” says Thomas Brauner, managing director, Philips Speech Processing.
Philips SpeechExec users who want to expand their digital dictation system with speech recognition, can contact their local Dragon Medical value added reseller.