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Tag: speech recognition

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Infographic: Soothe the burn: Ease physician burnout with speech recognition

Clinicians battle widespread burnout and dissatisfaction in a complex health care environment with competing priorities, administrative burden and lack of time. What if technology helped cut documentation time and increased […]


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AI Talk: Dictation, deepfakes and tennis avatars

September 18, 2020 / By V. “Juggy” Jagannathan, PhD

Speech to Text The Economist had a recent article on how dictation can be used to write text. The article makes some good points. Anyone who has actually tried to […]

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Partial Dictation: A Smart Compromise for Quality Documentation

March 6, 2015 / By Jill Devrick

Last month, AHDI created a new Facebook group called “SR Errors – Funny or Fatal?” as a forum for healthcare documentation specialists (HDS) to share speech recognition “bloopers” that they […]

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Can you hear me now? How dictation habits affect quality

February 14, 2014 / By Jill Devrick

Hot off the presses, my colleague Janice Jones and I contributed to an article on how healthcare documentation specialists (HDS) can address problems with dictation in this month’s For the […]