An avant-gardist digital dictation solution
The Goüin hospital in Clichy has scrapped its analogue medical file recording methods for an innovative digital solution. A choice dictated by the need to optimise exchange between physicians and secretaries. Encounter with Pierre Pacini, in charge of the north Parisian healthcare establishment's information system.
Within its information system, your establishment has integrated the Philips SpeechAir, a brand new connected dictation recorder, together with the new SpeechExec Enterprise dictation and transcription software integrated by Dicma. What needs have you satisfied via this choice?
Our doctors had been using dictation recorders with analogue cassettes for years. Use of such devices had become less and less adapted to suit the hospital's operational mode, for cassettes needed to be replaced regularly and handing those over to secretaries required physical staff movement. The system no longer suited us. Last year, during the Paris Healthcare Week, I discovered Philips' connected dictation recorder, which combines the ease of use of a smartphone and the ergonomics of a dictation recorder, over a system adapted to suit the healthcare environment. Hence our choice for this radical and innovative solution.
This innovative solution enables secretarial organisation to be optimised and medical report capture to be pooled. It saves time and offers flexible use with the advantages of both a smartphone and a dictation recorder.
Information system manager, Goüin Hospital, Clichy