Thanks to Chris O’Grady for pointing this out to me. Over the years I’ve struggled with Dragon. I think I’ve failed half a dozen times. With honest attempts — where I tried something different to make it work. A newer version. A better microphone. More training. More customized vocabulary. A newer version. A better microphone. [...]
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Thanks to everyone who participated. I learned a lot about hosting a webex. The more I edited myself out of the podcast, the bettter it gets. Load in iTunes: There’s some sweet nuggets in here. So load it into your phone and listen during your commute.
I’ve been waiting for this! Nuance has found a way to finally cut the cord on dictation. In the past, dictation could be done with audio files on a mobile recorder. It doesn’t really work as a workflow — you don’t see/correct errors until after the download. They offer dication over a remote connection if [...]
I wrote recently about Dragon 11 (not just medical) with e-MDs So I’ve failed dictation multiple times in the past — I’d say I’ve given a real try at least 5 times in the last 6 years. Improvements helped but I still failed.: A better microphone helped. (I hate putting a headphone on and off. [...]
Voice Recognition has been just around the corner for at least 5 years. My clinic has a number of docs who’ve been pretty sucessful over the years. We bought Dragon Professional years ago and spent some serious cash on some Medical Vocabularies. I’ve tried it repeatedly over the years but my dictation is pretty error-prone [...]