Dictation software (and voice recognition technology in general) has the potential to take a business productivity to new heights. Products like Dragon Medical Practice and Dragon Legal bring the power of digital dictation and transcription right to your computer. However, it seems that people always find reasons to avoid dictation software, opting for slower, outdated, and often more expensive methods.
Most people use voice recorders to record personal memos, lectures and dictation for playback at a later time or for eventual transcription. Because voice recorders are small, handheld devices, they are often used for meetings, conferences and other traveling events.
Nuance just announced a new version of Dragon Medical Practice Edition designed especially for smaller practices to help accelerate clinician adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and meaningful use of health information technology (HIT).
The DPM 8000 digital voice recorder takes dictation to a new level. Breakthrough 3D Mic technology delivers best audio quality in any recording situation. Its robust yet lightweight stainless steel design offers perfect ergonomics for working over longer periods of time.
The Olympus DS-7000 & DS-3500 digital voice recorders set new benchmarks for professional dictation.