Speech recognition is a type of technology that enables an electronic device to recognize, analyze and understand spoken word or audio. Clinical teams can use this tool in a variety of beneficial ways including for streamlining documentation at the point of care, capturing accurate speech recognition through an extensive library of healthcare industry terms, and utilizing agency-defined dictionaries of frequently used names, phrases, abbreviations and templates.
Likewise, administrative staff can experience many benefits through their own portal, where reports can be viewed and printed, dictations can be listened to and corrected where needed, vocabulary can be added and edited uniquely for your users, and voice-activated templates can be created and managed.
MatrixCare uses nVoQ, a platform designed to be HIPAA-compliant, that brings speech-to-text functionality to any discipline given the security privilege to use our EMR. It’s built for home health and hospice providers to be secure, cloud-based, highly accurate, and easily accessible on a tablet or computer.