Specialty Veterinarian Practices Reduce Charting with Intuitive Speech Recognition

From an economic standpoint, it’s no surprise that the veterinarian industry is one of the fastest growing with increased revenues close to 45% in 2021 over 2020. However, fast growth brings a specific set of challenges such as: navigating the digital space via telemedicine, practice management software, and most especially, the expansive amounts of patient charting.

Veterinarians are stressed, a real issue facing both experienced as well as new technicians. The Covid-pandemic, as destructive as it was, also brought about an interesting side-benefit. With the huge number of people forced to stay inside, some lacking companionship, the rate of purchasing or adopting pets skyrocketed. Great for the owners and their new pets, but an increase in patients virtually overnight for you. Many of these pets require special treatments and whatever species your specialty practice treats, you need to document each patient visit with concise and relevant information for diagnosis and treatment.

Your mental health and wellbeing are affected and keeping a solid positive and healthy balance is important. We know it’s been hard for front-line healthcare teams and we have a solution that could help you reduce charting and actually save you hours in the course of a week. Time you can use to treat more patients and practice a bit of much needed self-care.

You provide a valuable service, and we want to support you and your staff to do what you do best. That’s where our experience and expertise as productivity professionals can benefit your busy veterinary office. We can identify the right place in your current office workflows where we can help you implement an AI-powered, cloud based, medical speech recognition like Nuance® Dragon® Medical One (DMO) to help you get the most from your practice management software. This is the right solution that understands your unique patient needs and understands the specific language and terms each specialty veterinarian practice uses to document, diagnose, and treat those patients.