Speech recognition interface to a hospital information system using a self-designed visual basic program: Initial experience

@article{Callaway2002SpeechRI,
  title={Speech recognition interface to a hospital information system using a self-designed visual basic program: Initial experience},
  author={E. Callaway and Clifford F. Sweet and Eliot Siegel and John M. Reiser and Douglas P. Beall},
  journal={Journal of Digital Imaging},
  year={2002},
  volume={15},
  pages={43-53}
}
Speech recognition (SR) in the radiology department setting is viewed as a method of decreasing overhead expenses by reducing or eliminating transcription services and improving care by reducing report turnaround times incurred by transcription backlogs. The purpose of this study was to show the ability to integrate off-the-shelf speech recognition software into a Hospital Information System in 3 types of military medical facilities using the Windows programming language Visual Basic 6.0… CONTINUE READING

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