Using Speech Recognition to Improve Workflow, Documentation and Clinician Satisfaction


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Marty Sterrett, Chief Medical Information Officer, Northern Sydney Local Health District,

Marty Sterrett, Chief Medical Information Officer
Marty Sterrett, Chief Medical Information Officer

AUSTRALIA describes how speech recognition can transform the performance of your medical department.

For anyone interested in a practical presentation on how Speech Recognition like Dragon Medical One can improve the quality and speed of clinical notes and improve clinician satisfaction this Webcast is recommended.

For a detailed example of the type of Notes he uses to illustrate his points proceed directly to 6:05 min.


Dr Sterrett has been training, working, and teaching in emergency medicine for over 28 years, and is currently a Staff Specialist at Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital Emergency Department, part of Northern Sydney Local Health District.
He has degrees in Chemistry, Cell Biology, and is a Fellow of both the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine.  In his role as Chief Medical Information Officer for NSLHD, he wishes to build on his prior experience in transitioning to electronic records in other hospitals/health systems; his passion is the use of technology to improve patient care while increasing clinician satisfaction.
When he’s not working, Dr Sterrett might be found fly-fishing, playing guitar, or on a long walk.

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