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Safety & Responsible AI

Ensuring the safety and accuracy of medical records is of paramount importance at VetNotes. Our veterinary dictation tool is designed to assist veterinarians by extracting clinical insights from audio recordings. But as with all technology, it's essential to understand its capabilities and limitations.

Firstly, it's vital to note that VetNotes does not make diagnoses. It offers insights, summaries and observations based on the audio it processes, but the final judgement rests in the capable hands of the veterinarian using it. No technology, however advanced, can replace the expertise and nuanced understanding that professionals bring to their practice.

Furthermore recordings and data processed by our tool are not used to train external AI models. Your data is secure and stored in a database certified by the Australian Government for the highest levels of security. For more information, see Data Security and Privacy.

Lastly, as with any medical documentation or records, the outputs from our tool should be approached with professional skepticism and judgement. While VetNotes is highly accurate, it's not infallible, and occasional mistakes are possible. Relying solely on automated insights without professional scrutiny can lead to oversights.

Overall VetNotes is designed as a complementary tool rather than a replacement for professional expertise.