Survey: 25% of executives want to optimize EHRs with speech recognition

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The plurality (46.7 percent) of healthcare professionals report they are "somewhat confident" in their organization's ability to optimize their EHRs, according to a Nuance survey.

The report, titled EHR and Clinical Documentation Effectiveness and conducted by HIMSS Analytics, surveyed 167 healthcare executives and IT leaders.

Here's what they shared, when asked what activities their organization is using to optimize EHRs:

  • Speech recognition at point-of-care: 57 percent (25 percent plan to use in the next year)
  • Mobility tools: 45 percent (44 percent plan to use in the next year)
  • Computer-assisted physician documentation: 24 percent (38 percent plan to use in the next year)

Click here to view more of the report's findings.

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