News | September 26, 2006

Massachusetts Hospital Utilizes RadWhere Suite in the Cardiology Department

Commissure Inc. recently installed the radiology speech reporting application RadWhere Suite at Beverly Hospital in Beverly, MA. In addition to utilizing the application within its radiology department, Beverly Hospital is also looking at applying a number of RadWhere Suite’s features to its cardiology workflow. The hospital was one of the earlier adaptors of voice recognition and is the first to utilize RadWhere Suite’s templating capabilities within its cardiology department.
“We were in the market for a new voice recognition system, and we were fortunate to see RadWhere Suite at RSNA,” says Lore Chapman, a systems analyst at Beverly Hospital. “RadWhere has some very interesting features, such as its ability to communicate critical results, as well as its report data mining tools and templating capabilities.”

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