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1. What are some of the benefits afforded to organizations implementing voice recognition technologies in these settings? How can you quantify these benefits to assess the value of the investment? Provide several examples from the case.
2. There is no margin for error when working in a health care setting. How would you go about implementing these technologies in this high-risk environment? What precautions or approaches would you take to minimize risks? Develop some recommendations.
3. In what other areas of medicine would you expect technology to make inroads next? Where do you think it would be most beneficial, and how would it change the way doctors and nurses work today? Provide several examples.

The infamous doctor's scrawl may finally be on the way out. Voice technology is the latest tool health care providers are adopting to cut back on time-consuming manual processes, freeing clinicians to spend more time with patients and reduce costs. At Butler Memorial Hospital, voice-assisted technology has dramatically reduced the amount of time the Butler, Pa., hospital's team of intravenous (IV) nurses spends recording information in patients' charts and on other administrative tasks.



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