“This new voice recognition tool is stored ‘in the cloud’ for shared language model creation,” explains John Weiss, Vice President of Scribe.
Lake Forest, IL (PRWEB) April 26, 2012
Adaptability is a key attribute physicians and dictating healthcare personnel seek in an ever-changing and cost-conscious marketplace. With Scribe Interactive, a healthcare provider utilizes a speech microphone to dictate into any application on the PC, whether it is an Electronic Medical (or Health) Record (EMR/EHR) system, word processor or online transcription editor. The text is immediately generated through front-end speech recognition technology and populates the user’s designated transcription layout.
This easy-to-use system supports multiple workflows and has the added feature of leveraging an existing voice profile already built in Scribe’s M*Modal’s Speech Recognition Engine. With or without a recognized voice profile, users can create verbal commands or “snippets” for added voice recognition efficiency. The technology also enables users to script commands and add or exclude certain phrases particular to the dictator. These automated audio commands help expedite a fluid and quality text output.
“This new voice recognition tool is stored ‘in the cloud’ for shared language model creation,” explains John Weiss, Vice President of Scribe. “An Internet connection and login permission provides universal access to this powerful dictation tool without expensive software installation or extensive system training. Since commands, macros and snippets are ‘in the cloud,’ any customizations can be transferred if users install Scribe Interactive on another PC.”
Customized verbiage for a medical field and commonly used vocabulary, phrases and macros are housed online and can be used across groups for consistency throughout a department, clinic or practice. The system enables users to install a dictionary with terms specific to their medical specialty, such as oncology or orthopedics, for increased accuracy and speed of the voice recognition technology. Scribe Interactive offers suggested changes to generated text and allows for localized words and phrases as well.
Dictators can adopt Scribe Interactive for individual use or license usage through a medical transcription company. Scribe Interactive is also priced based on an annual “user license.” The user license is less expensive than other competing solutions while delivering support and maintenance to remain current.
About Scribe Healthcare Technologies, Inc.
Scribe Healthcare Technologies, Inc. is a privately-held, healthcare technology company based in the Chicago, IL area. The company has developed a proprietary “Cloud-based” platform that centers on medical documentation solutions to deliver physician narrated content to the electronic medical record. Scribe’s platform includes complete solutions for dictation, transcription, voice recognition, document management, healthcare information exchange, and reporting with data analytics. Scribe offerings include both computer and mobile solutions. Scribe serves more than 30,000 users. Business partners and resellers include consulting firms, transcription companies, and business process outsourcers. Additional information is available at http://www.scribe.com.