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SR Errors—Funny...or Fatal?

Imagine your medical record without healthcare documentation specialists...

Speech recognition (SR) technology is like “autocorrect” on your smartphone...it is far from perfect. Healthcare documentation specialists are auditing and correcting medical records to ensure their accuracy and completeness. Below are examples the specialists caught in draft medical records produced by SR―some very funny, while others are potentially fatal. Employ healthcare documentation specialists for quality patient care documentation.

 

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Dr: The patient had influenza A.
SR: The patient had a pleasant day.

Dr: The procedure is successful...
SR: The procedure is not successful...

Dr: Lipitor 20, two pills a day

SR: Lipitor 22 pills a day

Dr: Single lung transplant
SR: Sing-a-long transplant

Dr: Aspirin 325 mg p.o. daily
SR: Digoxin 125 mcg p.o. daily

Dr: Pravastatin 40 mg a day
SR: Gabapentin 200 mg a day

Dr: Nystatin
SR: NIASPAN

Dr: ALLERGIES: SULFA. (Next)
SR: ALLERGIES: XOPENEX.

Dr: Pulmonary vein isolation system.
SR: Pulmonary bagel isolation system

Dr: Arterial insufficiency.
SR: Cheerio insufficiency.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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