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Michigan Hospital Ties Speech Recognition to ED System

February 9, 2010
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Garden City Hospital (Mich.) has integrated speech recognition software from Dragon Medical with Arlington, Texas-based

Emergisoft’s Emergisoft

ED in its emergency department.

Through the implementation, the hospital can now create transcription-free clinical documentation, which in turn can reduce time spent documenting care and optimize EMR usage for clinicians, says the company. Clinicians can navigate through EmergisoftED and document into either the Document Guides or Emergisoft EC Forms, it says.

A 323-bed teaching hospital, Garden City provides comprehensive healthcare services, osteopathic medical education, and health care related programs to the community.



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