[Histonet] searching for pathology dictation system

Feher, Stephen sfeher <@t> CMC-NH.ORG
Thu Aug 5 08:42:18 CDT 2010


We are using a voice recognition system that interfaces with our LIS.
We are using Dragon with a Voice Brook interface.  Voice Brook is a
pathology specific system that really enhances and picks up on the most
challenging medical terminology.  We use this for Gross, Pathologist
Dictation and Autopsy and have had a great deal of success with it.  The
PA and Pathologist edit their own dictation as they go along so that
when they are finished the report is ready to be finagled.  Everything
is standardized and template driven.  


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We still use dictaphones for gross dictation. Does anyone have a system
you can recommend?

Melanie S. White, MT(ASCP)
Laboratory Supervisor, Systems/Anatomic Pathology McLeod Regional
Medical Center
(843) 777-2072

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