Driving down the costs of clinical correspondence

23 January 2019 at 12:30 - 23 January 2019 at 13:30


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Trusts are spending millions of pounds each year on clinical correspondence. It’s also a burden for clinicians who can spend up to 50% of their day reviewing and updating the patient record and clinic letters.  But, this is an area where Trusts can realise year on year cost savings with the investments in speech recognition solutions.

Hear how Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have got control of clinical documentation costs and are driving them down. Learn too how they’re making their clinicians happy by freeing them from the burden of admin to focus on patients.

The webinar will cover:

  • OUH clinical documentation challenges
  • Digitising the patient record and investments in speech recognition
  • Building the business case
  • Realising the savings
Presented by Paul Altmann, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Oxford University Hospitals Foundation Trust with introduction from Ian Gibbons, Customer Strategy Lead, Nuance Healthcare.