Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Doc Tornado's Quest for Clinical Documentation

CLINICAL DOCUMENTATION

NOW I'LL TELL YOU WHAT I WANT, WHAT I REALLY REALLY WANT
Enough bitching like a Spice Girl, it's time to structure my wish list and share it with you, dear vendors. Let's start with my favorite topic if you don't mind: Clinical Documentation and Data Input.

So here's my story from A to Z...if you wanna get with me, you gotta listen carefully.

In his review of what he really really wants Doc Tornado's laid out his requirements that include....choice
No one size fits all and failure to provide clinicians choice is a recipe for problems

Sometimes a form fits, sometimes it doesn't. And of course includes the range of speech tools from mobile dictation to speech recognition that offes flexibility between, as he puts it


On my end, I’ll feel like front-end on Mondays and back-end on Fridays

It should include intelligent understanding and interaction.

The good news is much of this is here today both in terms of the choice for the technology but also the intelligent interaction. This teaser video gives a good sense of what's possible:

So I would say that's "Alohomora":

Come visi our booth at HIMSS to see this in action at Booth 4025 (view a floor plan here

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