News | Clinical Decision Support | April 28, 2016

G2 Speech, LogicNets Announce Strategic Partnership for Clinical Structured Reporting

New platform will combine G2’s speech recognition with LogicNets’ decision-based structured reporting technology

G2 Speech, LogicNets, partnership, clinical structured reporting, decision support

April 28, 2016 — G2 Speech, European provider of speech recognition and workflow management solutions, and LogicNets, the Washington D.C.-based developer of the LogicNets decision support platform, announced the formation of a new strategic partnership.

The two organizations plan to jointly develop and release to the European and North American markets later this year a clinical workflow management solution with embedded clinical decision support (CDS). G2 Speech's workflow platform, SpeechReport, which uses the Recognosco SDK, will now be significantly enhanced to include decision-based, structured reporting technology provided by LogicNets. With this new offering, medical professionals can dictate their observations directly into a dynamic, rules-based report template which is integrated into the electronic patient record (EPR)/picture archiving and communication system (PACS)/radiology information system (RIS) workflow and accurately captures clinical data input, and processes it for downstream workflow and analytics. Now, professionals in radiology, pathology and other clinical fields can use advanced speech recognition to create significantly more complete, accurate and standardized reports while completing their customary workflow in a timely and efficient manner.

For more information: www.medical.logicnets.com, www.g2speech.com

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