Posted on July 20th, 2009 No comments
The University of California’s San Diego Medical Center will expand its use of speech-recognition technology to several facilities, allowing physicians to include real-time speech recognition in documenting electronic health records. The voice-based technology will make it possible for physicians to document patient encounters for the EHR without the need for medical transcription or reliance on typing and mouse navigation.
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San Diego medical center uses speech technology to boost EHR use