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Computer/Computerized System Touchscreens
Computer/Computerized System Trackballs
Computer/Peripheral Device Switches
Computers
Computers, Handheld
Computers, Personal
Computers, Personal, Desktop
Computers, Personal, Laptop
Data Interface Systems
Data Interface Systems, Information/Information System
Data Interface Systems, Medical Device/Information System
Data Interface Units
Data Interface Units, Physiologic Monitor/Computer
Data Interface Units, Physiologic Monitor/Computer, Temporary Storage
Data Interface Units, Physiologic Monitor/Information System
Data Processors, Electronic Recording
Data Processors, Electronic Recording, Electrocardiography
Data Processors, Electronic Recording, Electroencephalography
Data Processors, Tape Recording, Electrocardiography
Data Processors, Tape Recording, Electroencephalography
Data Processors, Ultrasonic Scanning
Detectors, X-Ray, Digital Radiography
Detectors, X-Ray, Digital Radiography, Intraoral
Detectors, X-Ray, Digital Radiography, Mammography
Dictation Systems, Digital
Dictation Systems, Digital, Speech Recognition/Transcription
Digital Data Copiers, Compact/Digital Versatile Disk
Digital Data Copiers, Forensic
Digital Data Copiers, Hard Drive
Digital Data Copiers, Security Digital Card

Can voice recognition truly enhance EHR usability?
Voice recognition technology is replacing conventional dictation across a variety of healthcare information systems, EHRs included. The click-heavy nature of most EHRs is a primary reason for dissatisfaction with the user experience. How effective is voice recognition, and can it eliminate transcription? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this insightful white paper from ChartLogic.
Building Future-ready Healthcare IT Platforms: Get to the Cloud
Join us for an interactive discussion on why cloud computing is a growing force in healthcare, and how to make it part of an overall long-term strategy to transform your IT and clinical environments. Leadership from Intermountain Healthcare and West Park Hospital will explain how they are leveraging the cloud to remain on the cutting-edge of innovation, while relentlessly protecting information security.
Case Study: Midwest Hospital
Midwest Hospital, which cares for nearly one million outpatient visitors each year, needed to engage patients while eliminating thousands of;"no-show" procedures that cost the network millions of dollars annually.The Midwest Hospital case study will show you how to;improve the patient experience while accessing the real-time insight to drive the action and accountability necessary to create a more profitable organization.
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.
2015 State of The Connected Patient
While traditional communication channels remain popular among patients, a new report fielded by Harris Poll reveals that the next generation of patients want connectivity that will be tailored to their healthcare expectations, consumption and delivery of critical information.
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