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Clinicians Need Unconventional IT Tools For Toughest Cases
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4/20/2012 | 5:09:39 AM
re: Clinicians Need Unconventional IT Tools For Toughest Cases
The biggest complaint that I hear from physicians is too much clicking. They long for the days where they could just dictate into a recorder or dictaphone and be finished. Many are using a hybrid of clicking and then a dictation product like DragonSpeak within their EHR. If a company like Health Fidelity or Nuance can pull off data mining for MU and other quality measurements within dictated or free-typed text, this will definitely be a game changer!

Julie C.
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