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First Speech-Enabled Mobile CPOE Lacks Decision Support
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3/21/2013 | 7:02:43 PM
re: First Speech-Enabled Mobile CPOE Lacks Decision Support
I agree that if there isnG«÷t decision support available the results could potentially be very hazardous. Speech recognition software historically has always been kind of buggy, and if physicians are going to trust this kind of software when entering medications or other orders, they would need to have some kind of decision support. Of course, if they are able to integrate decision support into their products and are able to provide a reliable speech recognition program, this could be a very useful tool.

Jay Simmons
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