Listening to doctors and patients talk
Philadelphia Inquirer, January 14, 2008
Verilogue, a technology startup company, has software that analyzes the real-time patient-physician interactions, compiles a verbatim transcript, and puts the recording and transcript in a database that Verilogue clients in the healthcare industry will use to learn what doctors and patients actually say to each other about diseases and medicines. The findings will be used for medical research.
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