RSNA 2018 News
By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 25, 2018

Nuance Communications is making full use of cloud- and artificial intelligence (AI)-based technologies with the new version of its PowerScribe One radiology reporting system, which it is introducing at RSNA 2018.

The new version integrates access to AI-powered diagnostic and decision-support tools to measurably improve workflow efficiency and accuracy, according to the company.

With PowerScribe One, applications on a radiologist's desktop are harmonized and reports are automatically populated with structured data. Thanks to AI, the accuracy and efficiency of reporting are improved through natural language understanding, image characterization, speech recognition, intelligent exchange of structured data, and cloud technology, according to Nuance.

Among other things, the system enables dynamic population of reports with content from integrated systems, sharing of data across systems, and standardization of reporting initiatives, Nuance said.

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