Wireless Speech Recognition in the ER: Case Study now Available

Wireless Speech Recognition in the ER As previously discussed on this blog, the ER Department of the Sir Mortimer B. Davis – Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, QC, introduced a wireless document creation and management system that uses PDA devices and speech recognition to accelerate the delivery of critical information at the point of care. Just released, the case study provides details on Dr. Rsoenthal’s vision behind the project, key project milestones and achievements.

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1 Response to “Wireless Speech Recognition in the ER: Case Study now Available”


  1. 1 speechcontrols November 15, 2007 at 11:41 pm

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    This is extremely interesting.

    We are proponents of remote, wireless speech recognition and this looks like an extremely efficient, smooth remote speech recognition interface with lot’s of range!

    Bill Burke
    http://wirelessspeech.blogspot.com
    .


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