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Abstract

Abstract from our study was presented by Prof. Wojciech Wojakowski at ICI Meeting 2018 in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Feasibility of a voice-enabled automated platform for medical data collection: CardioCube Preliminary results.

Jadczyk T (1)*, Kiwic O (1)*, Khandwalla RM (2), Grabowski K (1), Rudawski S (1), Magaczewski P (1), Wojakowski W (1), Henry TD (2)

(1) Research and Development Division, CardioCube Corp., Delaware, USA; (2) Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA

*equal contribition

Background

In outpatient clinic settings doctors devote around 50% of their time to electronic documentation and only 27% to direct face-to-face interaction with patients.

Aim

To evaluate the impact of the implementation of CardioCube for automated collection of medical data from patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD).

Results

The CardioCube system collected 432 data points with a high agreement level between verbally provided data and corresponding EHR information (accuracy 97.51%). The tested system was able to automatically generate summarized medical reports, which were instantly available for the doctor in a web-based EHR system.

Conclusion

CardioCube can collect, index and document medical data using voice interface. In the pilot study, CardioCube supported healthcare professionals by eliminating time-consuming paperwork during the patient registration process.