Re: Voice-activated transcription systems
|From:||Rod Slyter <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
We here at the Medical College of Virginia just intergrated "voice recognition"
into our transcription services. We are using Dragon, the medical suite version.
Our LIS system is Cerner millinium. Dragon for the most part can be used
directly into cerner since it is windows based. We actually dictate the gross
and microscopic descriptions directly into the cerner transcription module.
Certain dragon commands do not work because they are not "global" but most do.
We have also written user specific commands for using the already exsistant
"templates" that are in our LIS system. I works very nice. User Friendly if one
is computer literate. Any more qiestions you can email me directly
Rod Slyter, PA
Medical College of Virginia
"Krahn, Daniel" wrote:
> I asked last week about LIS systems for pathology, and I probably
> should have included a related question on voice activated transcription
> systems. I know that many of the newer LIS systems have an integrated voice
> module, but some labs have also developed systems (like Dragon) separate
> from the main system. Any thoughts on the current quality of these systems
> and exactly how they are being used (gross descriptions/diagnosis,
> workstation vs.server, etc.)???
> Thanks for all of your input!!!!
> Daniel Krahn
> Chicago, IL
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