Can Technology Solve the Technology Problem?

Published on August 20, 2018

Following a study which noted front-end speech recognition’s failure to increase physician satisfaction with their jobs, experts contemplate how to rectify the situation.

Read this article written by Sarah Elkins, For The Record, Vol. 30 No. 7 P.24. Elkins quotes Tim Ruff, vice president of solutions management at M*Modal, “It’s a heavy burden to task technology with being solely responsible for improving physician satisfaction, but it can—and does—play a huge role.”

Ruff points to several promising technologies, including speech recognition, computer-assisted physician documentation, mobile applications, and virtual assistants, as potential game-changers.

Read the full article at For the Record