Technology | December 30, 2011

Intelerad Adds Voice Recognition, Multi-Method Reporting

December 30, 2011 — Intelerad Medical Systems announced new functionality for its Multi-Method Reporting (MMR) voice recognition module for use with IntelePACS, InteleOne, or InteleSuite. The new features will be demonstrated at the RSNA annual meeting, Nov. 27-Dec. 2 in Chicago.

Embedded in InteleViewer’s reading and reporting solution, the MMR module boosts reading speed and productivity with a powerful voice recognition engine and customizable library of structured report templates.

The enhanced module offers a flexible new workflow option, enabling radiologists to save in-progress reports for completion later. This “long-term parking” feature retains the draft report in the reading state, allowing the radiologist to move on to other priorities and resume as desired.

It also features the ability to use voice-activated commands and custom-mapped speech microphone buttons, alone or in combination, to call up templates and quickly move through sections of a report. This dramatically improves reporting speed.

For increased reporting accuracy and time savings, the information in HL7 fields can now be auto-inserted into report templates, eliminating the need for radiologists to re-dictate information in the final report.

Demonstrations will take place at RSNA 2011

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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