BayScribe to Develop Applications for Dell Streak -- Streak Offers Clinicians a More Desirable Form Factor for Integrated Dictation

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BayScribe announced certification of the Dell Streak as a preferred dictation device for BayScribe Mobile. The Android platform rounds out the BayScribe Mobile product suite that already includes iPhone, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile.

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Physicians don't transition from dictating everything to pointing and clicking in the EHR overnight, as evidenced by EHR adoption rates, and with our new tool set, they may never need to document patient encounters with a mouse

BayScribe, a leading developer of Clinical Documentation Solutions, today announced certification of the Dell Streak as a preferred dictation device for BayScribe Mobile. The Android platform rounds out the BayScribe Mobile product suite that already includes iPhone, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile.

The announcement was made by Steven Bonney, Vice President of Business Development at BayScribe. "We believe the Dell Streak will be the preferred dictation device for BayScribe Mobile of all the devices we support, not just for Android. We are working with Dell to optimize the performance of BayScribe Mobile on the Streak, as well as incorporate other applications that the Streak supports, like built-in barcode scanning".

BayScribe, the industry's only cloud-based Clinical Documentation System, strongly believes that the Streak will be of particular interest to clinicians noting the size, speed, battery life and general usability. The BayScribe system offers mobility, flexibility and a practical bridge to EHR adoption including the ability for physicians to dictate securely on mobile devices. Physician feedback regarding the use of iPhones in conjunction with the BayScribe platform has been particularly favorable, and the larger form factor should provide greater usability.

“Physicians don't transition from dictating everything to pointing and clicking in the EHR overnight, as evidenced by EHR adoption rates, and with our new tool set, they may never need to document patient encounters with a mouse” stated Ron Neuenberger, President of BayScribe. Moving physicians into template-based documentation should be a well-planned migration process focused on the physician's experience and natural workflow, as well as the objectives of the facility, including quality of patient care. With the addition of Natural Language Processing, BayScribe believes the majority of physicians could continue to dictate and that BayScribe’s combination of usability and value is unrivalled in the marketplace.

About BayScribe
Established in 1999, BayScribe provides Cloud-based Clinical Documentation Solutions – Dictation, Speech Recognition, Transcription, Structured Data extraction & Document Distribution – for anywhere, anytime access of Clinical Reports with unparalleled performance and reliability. Every month, more than one hundred thousand clinicians in over 350 healthcare facilities rely on the BayScribe platform to capture and deliver their reports. For more information visit the company website at: http://www.BayScribe.com. BayScribe, Inc. | 11 Dark Star Court | Edgewater, MD 21037 T: 888-801-0106

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