Speech-recognition software boosts efficiency, cuts costs at BIDMC

05/28/2009 | Industry Standard, The

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston was able to streamline operations and save more than $5 million since 2003, when it began using eScription, a speech-recognition product from Nuance. BIDMC chose the software because it does not disrupt or burden physicians with more work, said chief information officer John Halamka.

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