Speech Technology Center, part of the Sber ecosystem, has released a new version of Voice2Med to help doctors complete medical reports.
Voice2Med allows medical documents to be completed in real-time by converting the doctor's voice into text. New dictionaries of medical terms for general practitioners, pediatricians, radiologists, pathologists, and endoscopists. These include the surgeon's dictionary used to complete the patient journal, protocols of operations in the emergency room, and the cardiologist's dictionary used during cardiac examinations.
During examinations, doctors use special microphones to dictate information that is decoded and transferred to the medical information system.
The Centre for Diagnostics and Telemedicine observed a 22 percent reduction in the time spent preparing medical reports in medical institutions of the Moscow Health Department.
"Now, Voice2Med also supports the dictionaries of medical terms for surgeons and cardiologists, which allows details to be recorded by voice, without distracting from the operation or examination, and to devote more time to the patient instead of routine paperwork. Moreover, such out-of-box solutions like Voice2Med.Hospital and Voice2Med.Outpatient Clinic have been developed to simplify the implementation in hospitals and outpatient clinics. In addition to software and training webinars, the workstation includes a professional headset, because a comprehensive solution eliminates the need to spend time on selecting suitable headsets. Now everything is available within a single solution," said Dmitriy Dyrmovskiy, CEO of Speech Technology Center, in a statement.