Lake Success, NY, February 12, 2020 –(PR.com)– Voicebrook, the leading provider of speech recognition and reporting solutions for pathology, today announced that it will be an exhibitor at the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA) Pathology Update 2020 conference. The exhibition will be held March 20–22, 2020 in Sydney, Australia.
Stop by Booth 47 to meet Voicebrook representatives and see a demonstration of <a rel=”nofollow” href=”http://www.voicebrook.com/voiceover”>VoiceOver PRO</a>, during the three-day exhibit at the International Convention Centre in Sydney.
“RCPA released a notable Pathology Workforce Study late last year that forecasts a severe labor shortage within the pathology profession in Australasia,” said Filipe Carreira, President and COO of Voicebrook. “That means it’s more important than ever that pathology professionals improve their speed and productivity, while still maintaining top-notch quality and patient care. That’s exactly what our VoiceOver PRO software does. It’s the fastest, most accurate reporting solution for pathologists.”
VoiceOver PRO lets pathologists focus on their patient’s report, not their technology. The reporting solution offers flexibility, with multiple dictation workflows and configurations to fit the unique needs of users. Gross templates are automatically formatted to laboratory standards and allow for easy capture of discrete data in synoptic reports. PRO integrates with any AP system and helps pathologists improve report turnaround time, eliminating bottlenecks and costs associated with transcription.
“We are looking forward to exhibiting at RCPA’s Pathology Update to demonstrate VoiceOver PRO’s value to the pathology community. They want their reporting solutions to be simple, flexible, reliable, and efficient,” Carreira said. “The landscape of pathology is ever-changing, and our clients trust us to provide a tool that effortlessly helps them create high quality, standardized reports faster than ever before.”
Pathology Update is the key annual scientific meeting for the RCPA, an organization representing pathologists and senior scientists in Australasia. RCPA has training programs across Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, and Saudi Arabia. The Pathology Update conference features every discipline of pathology and laboratory medicine separately, which allows the 1,200 attending delegates to tailor their own educational experience at the event.
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