Lake Success, NY, September 14, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Voicebrook, the leading provider of integrated speech recognition and digital dictation solutions in Anatomic Pathology (AP), today announces that it will be exhibiting at Pathology Informatics 2010 presented by APIII and LabinfoTech Summit, at The Westin, Copley Place in Boston, Massachusetts. The Conference is being held September 19th through the 22nd. Members of the Voicebrook team will be available in Booth 20 for product discussions and demonstrations.
Voicebrook’s VoiceOver® Enterprise speech recognition and digital dictation solution is currently integrated with all major AP systems, and is deployed in over 125 hospitals and laboratories across the United States and Canada. VoiceOver® is the most heavily deployed and robust speech recognition and digital dictation platform for AP reporting, and is now broadening its offering by adding synoptic reporting template functionality. Users will be able to easily create and dictate into templates which feature discrete list choices designed for structured reporting with output options configured to clients' specific requirements.
E. Ross Weinstein, Voicebrook CEO said, “We are proud to continue our long support of the APIII by exhibiting at the inaugural Pathology Informatics Conference. We are equally excited to announce the availability of our new synoptic template capability. We believe that this conference is the perfect platform for us to unveil this important new VoiceOver® feature. Now laboratories who are looking for synoptic reporting have a new structured data entry option that allows them to benefit from our ability to deliver significant return on investment, turnaround time improvements, and improved patient safety, while maintaining or improving staff productivity.”
For more information, please visit www.voicebrook.com
Voicebrook is the leading provider of integrated speech recognition and digital dictation solutions for automation of clinical documentation. Voicebrook’s VoiceOver® Enterprise software integrates directly with most healthcare information systems, and has been widely deployed in Pathology throughout the US and Canada. Voicebrook has developed specific best practices for implementation and on-going support, ensuring the most successful deployments of integrated speech recognition technology for healthcare.
About Pathology Informatics
Pathology Informatics 2010 is an annual educational conference designed for world-wide collaboration, technology and learning together to come together in one meeting place.
PI2010 offers direct interaction with physicians, researchers, residents and graduate students, Industry-related developers, engineers, imaging informatics professionals, vendor representatives and many others interested in how informatics and imaging are transforming pathology, oncology and radiology. Prior knowledge of informatics is not required and courses are offered for individuals new to this field.