The speech recognition specialist nVoq is highlighting the utility of its nVoq.Mobile Voice solution. nVoq develops speech recognition technology for the healthcare industry, offering Software-as-a-Service solutions that comply with the latest HIPAA standards.
The nVoq.Mobile Voice offering was built specifically to support the PointCare application on Android tablets. The solution allows doctors to take notes with their voices, eliminating the need to record everything by hand. In doing so, it allows doctors to spend more time interacting with patients and raises the overall quality of clinical care.
According to nVoq, the Mobile Voice solution is particularly well-suited to home healthcare and hospice settings, and has the medical vocabulary needed to recognize a large number of industry-specific terms. It was also designed for ease of use, to make sure that doctors would be able to get set up and start using the solution as quickly as possible.
“Part of the challenge of introducing any new tool or technology is the potential impact it may have on your clinicians. You have to balance any potential short-term pain with the anticipated return on that investment,” said Amedisys Hospice SVP Amy Moss. “nVoq.Mobile Voice was really easy to use because it was designed to work seamlessly with PointCare. Our clinicians are reducing documentation time and improving the quality of their patient notes.”
Grand View Research has predicted that the home healthcare market will reach $515.6 billion by 2027. Nuance Communications has similarly observed that there is a growing demand for voice-driven electronic health record solutions.