Ensuring efficiency and security for patient data
For the Saint-Quentin Hospital Center, as for all hospitals, efficiency and security of patient data are essential. That’s why in the Saint-Quentin Hospital Center, the production of medical correspondence is performed by the Philips Pocket Memo digital voice recorder combined with the digital dictation solution proposed by Dicma.
The Saint-Quentin Hospital Center plays a key role in its health care territory. To take care of the 95,000 reports and items of correspondence that the hospital produces, the doctors use Philips voice technology.
A system that is greatly appreciated by practitioners for its productivity
For the three years since they put this process into practice, they have made significant productivity gains. “Our dictation management system is very much appreciated by medical practitioners,” states Sylvie Desaunois, the Director of the Saint-Quentin Hospital Center information systems. “Once a report is recorded, the Philips voice recorder is placed in a docking station and the data are automatically loaded in the software installed by Dicma, to be handled by the secretaries.” At their workstations, the latter then identify the dictations that are meant for them.