Scribe Announces 3D VRTM - Dynamic Digital Dictation Platform Now with Voice Recognition

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Voice recognition without the expense and headaches of traditional approaches.

Scribe, a healthcare technology company based in the Chicago area, today announced the next generation of its Dynamic Digital Dictation Platform – 3D VRTM– now with Voice Recognition capability. Scribe was one of the first organizations to seamlessly integrate dictation with user prompted templates. Now dictators can leverage voice recognition along with Scribe’s platform to quickly complete fully formatted records.

“Voice recognition (VR) isn’t for everyone. It can be frustrating and inaccurate for even the best of dictators. However for medical specialties with repetitive processes, templates can be created and VR can simply and accurately fill in the blanks,” says Scribe’s CEO Mark Boyce. “Furthermore, our customers are not required to purchase a VR package. The Scribe Dynamic Digital Dictation Platform will work with the VR already provide by Microsoft with the XP operating system. For enhanced recognition users can utilize Scribe’s medical terminology vocabulary.”

“We’ve given our users two simple ways to start working with VR. Starting today, users can logon to the Scribe Clinical Information Platform and create documents using VR directly. No other company has integrated VR directly into an online Medical Information Repository like Scribe has.”

“Those users who still like phone based dictation will be able to use VR with our Dynamic Digital Dictation Platform. Our unique template driven dictation system will now support the use of VR to transcribe documents. This novel approach avoids the cost, expense, and headaches of trying to use VR for complete document processing while dramatically reducing the time physicians spend on documenting patient encounters. And with everything seamlessly built into our Medical Transcriptionist Processing Platform, MTSO’s have some powerful new tools to offer their customers.”

With medical transcription costs exceeding $10 billion annually in the United States, healthcare facilities need to leverage technology to streamline the documentation process. Using Scribe’s 3D VR, healthcare facilities are able to reduce physician dictation time and transcription expense while improving quality. MTSO’s can now offer an easy migration path to their customers demanding VR technology, without totally disrupting their current workflow.

Scribe’s Dynamic Digital Dictation Platform contains many cost and time saving features:

  • Physician specific templates and macros to reduce dictation
  • Prompted dictation for dynamic creation of documents
  • Toll-free dictation number
  • Customized dictation priority selection
  • Telephone, digital recorder or PDA compatible
  • No special hardware or software required
  • Compatibility with Microsoft, Dragon or other VR software for online creation
  • Online Training of VR dictator voice profiles

Scribe’s customers range from practices and hospitals to transcription companies.

About Scribe

Scribe, Inc. is a privately-held healthcare technology company based in the Chicago area. The company has developed a proprietary web-based platform that complements and extends the value for ADT, Practice/Hospital Management and EMR Solutions. Scribe’s platform includes complete solutions for dictation, transcription, document management, coding and reporting. Additional information is available at http://www.scribe.com.

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