HISI Annual Conference 2019

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Posted 13th June 2019 by Kath Oeppen

We are delighted to be exhibiting at the HISI Annual conference 2019 on 26-27 November 2019 at the Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin.

The HISI conference offers attendees the opportunity to see some of the latest developments in eHealth around Ireland and further afield. It also offers an opportunity to network, meet new colleagues and renew old acquaintances. Taking on board some feedback on the conference from recent years, this year they are going to improve on the “catch up” time and hopefully have a bit of fun at the same time. On the evening of the first day of the conference they would like to invite you to a gathering in the Players’ Lounge in Croke Park. They will be holding a very “NOT” serious table quiz with some really special cheap prizes!, so round up your team, and start reading the quiz books. There will be some food served during the evening to keep the energy level up and places are limited, so sign up and start studying.

At this exhibition we will be looking to demonstrate our latest and greatest in speech recognition and workflow management solutions. These include:

  • SpeechReport – Our enterprise speech technology software
  • SpeechReport Cursor – Speech recognition for any text field including Microsoft Word and Outlook
  • G2 Analytics – Keep track of KPIs with our reporting tool
  • G2 Mobile – Providing information access whilst on the go.

There will also be opportunities to speak to the team about Structured Reporting and Clinical Coding. This innovative way of reporting allows clinicians to simply and quickly create reports, within templates, using speech recognition. Structured Reporting enables clinicians to extract data from patient letters and documents during their day to day reporting.

Healthcare organisations are more frequently looking at cloud computing in an effort to increase efficiencies, improve cash flow, security, and more. Speak to the team about on-premise and cloud solutions available.

Click here for more information about HISI

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