Fast Company November 13, 2020
Ruth Reader

Automated medical transcription that’s actually accurate could save doctors a huge amount of time, and the tech giants are getting in on the action.

For doctors, taking notes and inputting them into electronic medical records is so cumbersome that they often have to use human medical scribes to do it for them. That’s changing as more hospital systems turn to artificial intelligence-based transcription tools.

However, some doctors feel the tools available today are just not accurate enough. “If there were a really smart voice transcription service that was 99% accurate, I would definitely use it,” says Bon Ku, an emergency room doctor at Thomas Jefferson Hospital University and director of the university’s Health Design Lab. “A lot of times, I...

Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), Physician, Primary care, Provider, Technology
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