Join Nuance for a 15 minute power up session to understand the impact of introducing clinical speech recognition integrated into the electronic patient record.
Research has found that clinicians are increasingly overwhelmed and demotivated by clinical documentation. AI-powered speech recognition provides a more natural and insightful approach to clinical documentation resulting in a faster, more detailed record while allowing clinicians to spend more time caring for patients. Hear about the key role clinical speech recognition can play in reducing the burden of clinical documentation in diverse settings from across primary care, community care and secondary care. Learn how new advances in AI-powered speech technology can improve the quality of clinical documentation, access relevant clinical knowledge at the point of care and support better SNOMED CT clinical coding.
Dr Simon Wallace, CCIO, Nuance
Dr Simon Wallace is CCIO of Nuance’s Healthcare division in the UK and Ireland. He has worked as a GP, hospital and public health doctor in Brighton and London. Simon’s previous roles include Bupa, Dr Foster, Cerner Corporation and GSK - working across a range of technologies, including electronic patient records, telemedicine, mobile health and lifestyle devices.
Who should attend
- All healthcare professionals - Primary, secondary, community/mental health
What you'll learn
- How clinical speech recognition is currently used across the NHS
- The benefits of clinical speech recognition
- How clinical speech recognition can be used within EMIS EPRs
How to join
Bookings for this session have now closed.
You can still join us by clicking here at 1 pm on the 22 July.