United Hospital System in Wisconsin, US, has chosen the M*Modal Fluency family of cloud-based solutions to deliver advanced clinical documentation to its health system and physicians.
The hospital will implement M*Modal Fluency Direct, M*Modal Fluency for Transcription and M*Modal Fluency for Imaging at its facilities across Wisconsin and northern Illinois.
M*Modal chairman and CEO Vern Davenport said United Hospital System selected the company to deliver clinical documentation solutions to two hospital campuses and all regional facilities.
"Our cloud-based technology combined with United Hospital System's reputation for providing superior and compassionate patient service in the clinical setting will allow them to continue to be a preferred partner of physicians in its region," Davenport added.
The M*Modal Fluency for Imaging application will offer new technology through speech-driven diagnostic reporting allowing conversational speech for ease of use and improved accuracy.
The technology transforms physician dictation into electronic documents that are structured, clinically encoded, searchable and shareable, which allows for faster creation and turnaround of diagnostic imaging interpretations.
United Hospital System director Toni Kuehl said M*Modal Fluency Direct voice-enables the electronic health record, improving the accuracy of clinical outcomes documentation.
"Because of its usability, the technology is able to complement physician workflow and give doctors time back in their day to focus on patients," Kuehl added.
"The M*Modal Fluency Direct solution will assist our physicians in creating a higher quality clinical document with instant turnaround time."
According to the company, M*Modal Fluency is a line of cloud-based solutions for dictation capture, speech recognition editing and document distribution to optimise clinical information workflow, help achieve HIPAA and regulatory compliance, and help meet Meaningful Use and electronic health record requirements.