Get a Leg Up on Your Competition with Speech Recognition for Podiatry
Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2 is the speech recognition solution tailored to over 90 medical specialties and subspecialties, including Podiatry. That means, as a reseller of Dragon Medical technology, you are strategically positioned to maximize your speech recognition profits by targeting this revenue-generating market. Dragon Medical software understands the unique language of Podiatrists including specific medical terminology used by physicians to evaluate and treat common disorders of the foot, ankle, and lower extremities, as well as more complex foot and ankle surgeries, amputations, care and preservation of diabetic feet, and the prescription and fitting of orthotics.
By integrating Dragon Medical speech recognition into their practice, Podiatrists can speak in their own words to dictate every element of the patient encounter into their EHR, and produce more comprehensive and accurate clinical records. The result is an enhanced ability to meet Meaningful Use standards in the EHR more quickly, and subsequently increase reimbursement levels. That’s an ROI that’s easy to sell.
Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2 understands the specialty language of Podiatric Physicians and Surgeons allowing them to experience the full benefits of advanced speech recognition including the impressive ROI that comes in the form of increased reimbursement levels and reduced transcription costs.
Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2
General practitioners have already started taking advantage of this remarkable technology, paving the way for more streamlined workflows across the healthcare community. Now is the time to demonstrate the unique advantages that Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2 holds for all medical specialties, including Podiatry. Podiatrists who speech-enable their practice with Dragon Medical software can create speech-to-text documents three times faster than typing, with more than 99 percent accuracy regardless of the complex terminology used to report on Podiatric surgery procedures, sports medicine, biomechanics, geriatrics, internal medicine, vascular disease, neurological conditions affecting the foot and ankle, pediatric podiatry, and orthopedic necessity.
Over 50,000 medical terms are included in the expanded specialty vocabularies giving the Podiatric physician an invaluable tool for saving time and money in their practice.