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Nuance launch software at four NHS trusts

28th May 2010

Nuance has launched a computer aided medical transcription platform designed to allow NHS staff to edit rather than type transcriptions as soon as they are received.

The software, already widely used across the US, has been deployed at four NHS trusts including Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust and Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust which sees the trialling of the Nuance eScription as representing a “paradigm shift in the transcription process of NHS trusts.” The software converts clinicians' digital dictations into formatted draft documents that medical secretaries can review and edit.


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Article Information

Title: Nuance launch software at four NHS trusts
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 15018
Date Added: 28th May 2010



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