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Quicker diagnoses, more satisfied patients

The documentation requirements in the medical field are immense: large numbers of medical reports are generated every day. Using a digital dictation system instead of conventional tape recordings offers tremendous savings opportunities. Dictation work is better distributed and work processes are accelerated. Medical practices can also profit from the tailored solutions from Grundig Business Systems.


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Even more efficient with speech recognition

Today, more and more physicians are investing not only in digital dictation, but in speech recognition. The recognition rates, which have become extremely high, allow document generation to be accelerated even more. With DigtaSoft Voice medical, Grundig Business Systems offers a solution for medical practitioners. It is specially tailored to professional dictation and the hardware from GBS.

Full mobility and secure document creation

In the hectic everyday routine of a practice, physicians require a very high degree of flexibility to create the necessary diagnosis in a timely manner because, for example, not all PC workstations are available or because high mobility is desired. For achieving this, Opens external link in new windowmobile dictation devices are an optimum work tool especially if you work with the comfortable notification function, “Digta 7 Messaging”. This function allows – a link to the electronic patient record, the exchange of information between the Doctors dictation and the dictation software in the PC network such as for example; patient name, date of birth, etc. This provides the physician with additional information to work better and faster while on the go. The patient list function also enables individual dictations to be distinctively associated with a patient. To meet the high demands on safety in the medical sector, there is the option to protect the dictation with a 256-bit encryption. A PIN code can be activated on mobile dictation devices to prevent unauthorised access.

Flexible dictation transmission ensures quick medical report generation

Quick medical report generation requires the fastest possible transfer of recorded dictations into the dictation network. The Digta W/LAN Adapter offers you the capability of transferring dictations to the medical secretarial staff (internal or external) immediately, even without a PC! Any LAN connection or – if available – WLAN is suitable for dictation transmission. The adapter can be connected to any docking station and thus be used with any Digta dictation device. The Digta W/LAN Adapter’s security settings ensure that dictations will only be transferred to the network. There is no possibility of a security breach through a USB port.

Central device management

In hospitals, it is especially important that the hardware can be administered centrally in order to save time and money. The Central Digta Configurator provides you a database-based software application for administering and configuring dictation devices. It makes it very easy for administrators to adapt dictation devices to the institution’s requirements and integrate them optimally into the workflow.

HIS connection through an HL7 interface

For interaction with leading applications such as HIS and PACS, Grundig Business Systems has made various interfaces available. One example of such a solution is the DigtaSoft HL7 Service. A connection to almost any HIS can be made on the basis of this standard protocol. The HL7 interface is used to transfer patient data to the dictation system and send notifications about generated dictations to the HIS (see “Digta 7 Messaging”). This ensures an unambiguous patient assignment during dictation and transcription, even over mobile dictation devices. Information about dictations concerning patients can continue to be displayed in the HIS work list.


Our technology is used in these hospitals, among others.

Ulm university hospital

Ulm university hospital

As part of a digitization offensive, a new electronic patient record was introduced at the Ulm University Hospital. The aim was to make the doctor's letters immediately available to the patients and to be able to bill them faster.

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In the Isarklinikum in Munich, the entire document creation was converted to speech recognition. The solution from Grundig Business Systems already convinced in the test phase with its high detection rate that the step to clinic-wide installation was completed within three and a half months.

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