Changing Perceptions About Speech Recognition
Dragon® Medical Practice Edition 2 is the speech recognition solution being adopted by more and more specialty physicians, including Psychologists. The extensive medical vocabulary featured in Dragon Medical software understands unique and technical terminology used in subspecialties that include Biological and Behavioral Neuroscience, Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Educational Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and Social Psychology, among many others.
Psychologists can now use their own words to expedite the creation of both research documents and patient notes with precision and detail. These advanced capabilities are changing the way Psychologists view a potential investment in speech recognition technology. Now is the time to position your business in alignment with specialty markets that will help you grow a stronger Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2 business.
Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2 makes it possible for Psychologists to produce clinical documentation, research notes, and patient records with precision and speed. Even the most complex terminology and phrasing are supported, allowing specialists in Psychology to create more efficient and profitable workflows.
Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2
Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2 is the most advanced speech recognition technology available to Psychologists today. The software includes over 90 medical specialty and subspecialty vocabularies, allowing Psychologists to document theoretical perspectives on psychodynamic, cognitive, behavioral, existential-humanistic, and family therapies. In addition, specialists conducting both qualitative and quantitative psychological research can use Dragon Medical technology to dictate and transcribe first-hand observations, statistical hypotheses, and interview results with speed and accuracy.
Integration of a complete speech recognition solution that includes Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2 allows Psychologists to produce speech-to-text documentation three times faster than typing and with more than 99 percent accuracy, even during the first use, ultimately creating a more efficient and profitable practice.