Brian Gaysunas, Author at Dolbey Fusion Narrate

Best Medical Dictation Apps for iPhone and Android 2021

Medical dictation apps are the result of a natural progression in dictation technology. Dictation is part of a clinician’s daily routine – and as technology progresses, there are more ways to save time while dictating. Speech recognition has made dictating much more efficient for healthcare professionals. The most feature-rich medical speech recognition platforms exist only on PCs – and some on Macs, like SayIt from Dolbey. However, a desktop computer isn’t the only way to get accurate medical speech recognition, and it’s not always the most practical. There are now medical dictation apps for iPhone and Android that immediately recognize speech or send audio files to a speech recognition platform in a secure, HIPAA-compliant manner.
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Streamlining Diagnostic Processes: How Dolbey Fusion Narrate Integrates with XIFIN LIS 7

Thousands – or even millions – of data points can be recorded in and referenced from an LIS, but moving back and forth between the LIS and lab tests can drag down your productivity. With speech recognition, you can reference and record information in an LIS without a mouse and keyboard. One of the most powerful laboratory information systems available, XIFIN LIS 7, has now been integrated with the cloud-based speech recognition solution, Fusion Narrate® powered by nVoq™. Through this partnership, healthcare diagnostics workers can use speech recognition to navigate the LIS.

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How to Use Macros in Your EHR to Be More Effective

So much time gets spent on documentation in your EHR that little efficiencies, like macros, can stack up to major time savings. Adding macros to your daily routine will allow you to run through each of your tasks faster.

A macro is a repeatable sequence of steps that you first record, then enable to automatically repeat the same steps on your computer any number of times. You can assign a macro to a certain key or combination of keys; you can also use voice-activated macros for EHRs to quickly navigate without using a keyboard or mouse.
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Streamlining Dictation for Healthcare with Speech Recognition

Transcription takes a long time. After recording a dictation, the recording gets transferred and downloaded, then interpreted, transcribed, and reviewed. In this article, we’ll examine how to streamline dictation for healthcare and reduce transcription time with speech recognition.

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