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EHR Makers Answer Doctors' Calls For Mobile Apps
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6/10/2013 | 12:27:13 AM
re: EHR Makers Answer Doctors' Calls For Mobile Apps
I find it interesting that with mobile EHR systems, there isnG«÷t
much support for speech recognition. I know I really donG«÷t like typing into my
smartphone or my tablets, and canG«÷t imagine physicians would particularly like
it either. I think with the ability of tablets and smartphones to capture
voice, that most vendors offering mobile products would focus on developing the
speech recognition software to make their products more user friendly for the
physicians.

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