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Nuance Communications Inc

Nuance Communications Inc
1 Wayside Rd
Burlington, MA 1803 United States
Phone:(781) 565-5000
Toll Free Number:(800) 654-1187
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Overview: We are reinventing the relationship between people and technology. At Nuance, we believe in the power of intelligent systems, and quite specifically what the power can do for you. Our innovations in voice, natural language understanding, reasoning and systems integration come together to create more human technology.



UMDC Code: 451215
Fax: (781) 565-5001
Email: info@nuance.com
Website: http://www.nuance.com
Company Type: Private
Business Lines: Manufacturer/Exporter
Sales Channels: Direct/Distributors
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Infographic:

Doctors on the Move Need Tech That Keeps Up
Doctors are frustrated with time spent on clinical documentation and how it cuts into patient care - 88% report being moderately to severely stressed.
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Doctors on the Move Need Tech That Keeps Up
Doctors are frustrated with time spent on clinical documentation and how it cuts into patient care - 88% report being moderately to severely stressed.
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White Paper:

Healthcare from the patient perspective
Healthcare is evolving, and with it, the practice of care. Everyone, from patients and physicians to C-suite administrators and health IT developers, want to improve health outcomes-- but that doesn't necessarily mean that valued, tried and true practices should be replaced by the latest emerging technology
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Top 5 reasons to speech-enable clinical documentation
Huge strides have been made in the quality, accuracy, performance, affordability and "time-to-value" of speech technology solutions, and their use in healthcare is on a dramatic upswing. Why does speech-enabled clinical documentation make sense in acute and ambulatory healthcare environments? Here are five important reasons
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The Art of Medicine in a digital world
If you're like many physicians, you are increasingly driven by technology and your time to truly listen to your patients is being squeezed. The science of medicine goes nowhere if you leave the human element out of the equation. So now what? The Art of Medicine in a Digital World will explain how to find the time to listen to your patients, why it is so critical to your success and what you can do to strike a balance between patient care and technology.
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The Art of Medicine in a digital world
If you're like many physicians, you are increasingly driven by technology and your time to truly listen to your patients is being squeezed. The science of medicine goes nowhere if you leave the human element out of the equation. So now what? The Art of Medicine in a Digital World will explain how to find the time to listen to your patients, why it is so critical to your success and what you can do to strike a balance between patient care and technology.
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Patient awareness and preferences for technology
While physicians feel EHRs slow them down, interfere with face-to-face care, and intrude upon their patient relationships, patients don't see it that way. This survey found 69 percent of people have noticed a difference in the amount of technology being used by their doctor over the last five years.
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The overall patient-physician experience
The constant flux in healthcare regulations and policy have left physicians feeling frustrated and disconnected from the Art of Medicine.
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Patient engagement and behavior
Patients come to their physicians during some of the most intense and confusing moments of their lives, and trust them with the weighty responsibility of translating clinical data and test results into explanations and treatment options that make sense.
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The Electronic Patient Narrative
The role and quality of clinical documentation has taken on greater importance in an environment driven by outcomes and 'pay for performance' measures. The white paper argues that a well-defined strategy to ensure narrative creation should be in place as part of an EHR roll-out, to ensure smooth adoption of the EHR across a hospital or physician practice.
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Top 5 reasons to speech-enable clinical documentation
Huge strides have been made in the quality, accuracy, performance, affordability and "time-to-value" of speech technology solutions, and their use in healthcare is on a dramatic upswing. Why does speech-enabled clinical documentation make sense in acute and ambulatory healthcare environments? Here are five important reasons
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