Nuance Announces Improvements to PowerScribe 360

December 3, 2013

CHICAGO - Nuance Communications Inc. announced at RSNA 2013 enhancements to its PowerScribe 360 platform aimed at significant improvements in speech recognition accuracy and workflow.

The latest version allows radiologists to more easily navigate changing reimbursement models through  the creation of structured reports, the company said. It is built on the same technology as Dragon Medical 12 and also includes the automated integration of DICOM Structured Report data, such as radiation dose, ultrasound measurements and other important clinical information.

New features also aim to make it easier for radiologists to monitor and manage workloads, and expand current mobile capabilities for referring physicians.