European speech recognition saga: Episode 3

Munich, Germany Looks like our tour of Europe is far from being over as the news just got through that…

– The Munich public hospital network (5 sites – 3,500 beds) will be rolling out a speech recognition system to a total of 100 physicians and 32 workstations in Radiology.

– The AZ Sint-Jan Hospital in Brugge, Belgium has completed an interface between speech recognition and their electronic health record (EHR) system. Driven by the Radiology and the Pathology departments, the 900-bed hospital has deployed the new reporting solution across all specialties including Cardiology, Gynecology and Orthopedics.

– 60 radiologists at the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI) claim they are now in full control of the creation of medical report thanks to the implementation of a front-end speech recognition system.

No apparent summer break for speech recognition. News of more installations keep coming in every week. Now, this is getting really exciting…

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