PACS and Voice Recognition in Radiology

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PACS and Voice Recognition in Radiology
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The advanced technology found in modern hospitals is known as PACS and Voice Recognition. Advanced technology allows for a wide range data collection and analysis of patient problems. It is not uncommon for PACS and Voice Recognition to be introduced into hospitals in isolated incidences. It is important to note that the introduction of PACS and Voice Recognition is not a guarantee that the quality of care will increase. The goal of integrating PACS and Voice Recognition in hospitals is to increase quality of care, but teamwork and communication must also be a part of the integration of technology if quality patient care is to increase (
Höglund
and
Lindbeck
, 2008).
PACS and Voice...
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