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Annette J. Johnson, MD, MS; October 2011
When a hospitalized man developed an arrhythmia, the night float resident checked a radiology report that stated the patient had a DVT. Intervention was started based on that assumption. However, the radiology report had been transcribed incorrectly.
Journal Article > Study
Error rates in breast imaging reports: comparison of automatic speech recognition and dictation transcription.
Basma S, Lord B, Jacks LM, Rizk M, Scaranelo AM. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2011;197:923-927.
Dictated radiology reports were far more likely to contain a major error if transcribed by automated methods, compared to traditional transcription by human transcriptionists.