The company “speech technology Center” (MDGs) will receive a subsidy of 250 million rubles for the development of applications of speech recognition physicians. Development should help doctors to get rid of large amounts of paperwork, as the system will tell the history and purpose into the microphone. The system will be fully ready by 2020.
As described in the MDGs, has already developed a prototype of the recognition of the professional language of physicians. Now we are working on a software-hardware platform, which is a noise-canceling microphone, the recorder for recording when working in the field, a cloud-based service synthesis and speech recognition, medical speech, workstation training of medical protocols and templates.
In addition, the company will provide an opportunity to integrate the cloud service system voice recognition any of the presents on the Russian market of the medical information system (MIS). Full system will be ready only in 2020. Until the end of 2017 will be held scientific-research work, from the beginning of 2018 — experimental design.
The General Director of MDG Dmitry Dyrmovsky said the publication “news” that the developed platform will not only reduce time filling out paperwork, but will allow to organize electronic document flow in medical facilities.
“According to the Ministry of labour and social protection of medical personnel spend up to half of their working time filling out various documents, — says Dmitry Dyrmovsky. — This leads to the lack of time for patient examination, diagnosis and the treatment process itself. Often doctors are forced to fill in the necessary documents until a significant time after the study or survey. This may lead to loss or distortion of the data, not to mention the fact that “medical” handwriting sometimes you just can’t read”.
Due to the fact that the medical records will be stored in electronic form, the doctor will be able to seek medical history of the patient, which will significantly speed up the diagnostic process and will reduce the time for decision-making about treatment options, said Dyrmovsky.