Winscribe and Epro at HC2012
Two thirds of NHS Trusts have used digital dictation technology to speed up and streamline clinical correspondence processes as part of a drive to reduce their management costs, deliver efficiencies and drive up productivity. Others are adopting speech recognition technology to achieve further efficiencies and productivity gains.
The business case for speech recognition technology is clear. Where it has been used successfully, it has been shown to cut the cost of document transcription dramatically, increasing accuracy, improving document turnaround time, allowing clinicians to work at speeds of up to 160 words per minute – far faster than they can type. What has been less clear until recently is the use case and as a result some users have had a poor experience. Users are concerned about accuracy; they dislike having to change the way they work in order to use speech recognition; and they have felt unsupported when they come across problems.
Winscribe have been listening to the customers’ experiences and have developed new approaches that remove many of the challenges of the past while ensuring that the benefits in efficiency, productivity and accuracy remain.
Making a positive impact on the way that hospitals do business is a challenge that Winscribe solves every day in over 90 UK Healthcare Trusts. Addressing CQUIN issues with highly effective and forward thinking clinical workflow solutions to deliver efficiencies, Winscribe will be presenting at HC2012 and have a presence at the Conference.
If you are attending HC2012, hear what Chris Rodwell has to say in his presentation Addressing CQUIN Imperatives in the Healthcare Sector Today in the Best Practice Theatre on 3 May at 10.50am or book an appointment to see us on Stand No 35.