G2 Speech and LogicNets Partner for Medical Documentation Solution

G2 Speech, a European provider of speech recognition and workflow management solutions, and LogicNets, a Washington-based developer of decision support platforms, have formed a strategic partnership that will lead to the development of a clinical documentation solution with workflow management and decision support.

G2 Speech's workflow platform, SpeechReport, which uses the Recognosco SDK, will be enhanced to include decision-based, structured reporting technology from LogicNets. With this new offering, medical professionals can dictate directly into a dynamic, rules-based report template, which is integrated into ttheir usual documentation workflows and captures clinical data input, and processes it for downstream workflow and analytics.

"The addition of LogicNets' CDS platform means it will be possible for our customers to not only create structured documents with actionable results, but to deliver decision support on top of that," said Bert Groeneveld, CEO of G2 Speech,in a statement. "This will help our users to easily follow clinical guidelines as they are guided through even the most complex decision-making processes to the appropriate diagnostic and treatment outcomes. The benefits extend beyond just the clinicians to referrers, upper management and, most important, the patients."

"G2 Speech's established presence in the clinical marketplace at the point of critical medical data collection represents an ideal application for LogicNets," said Jelle Ferwerda, LogicNets' CEO, in a statement. "While clinical users maintain ease-of-use through speech recognition, the healthcare organization can leverage the decision support power of our platform to ensure appropriate outcomes and to drive a wide range of outcomes-based research, both of which are dependent on properly collected clinician input. We look forward to benefiting from G2 Speech's experience and knowledge servicing this important market."

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