Keeping up with the latest regulations and technologies doesn’t mean productivity has to lag behind. We have a clinical speech recognition solution designed specifically with practices like yours in mind. Dragon Medical Practice Edition offers high-quality documentation at the point of care—and at a price you can afford.
Dragon Medical is the go-to speech recognition solution for more than 10,000 healthcare facilities and 500,000 physicians worldwide. Our solutions ensure 300 million patient stories get told accurately every year.
Clinicians can document patient stories more completely and ‘in their own words’—enabling them to update the History of Present Illness, Review of Systems, Physical Examination, and Assessment and Plan in real time.
Designed and priced exclusively for independent practices of 24 physicians or less, Dragon Medical Practice Edition is up to 99% accurate out-of-the-box and includes a complete range of medical vocabularies.
Covering nearly 90 specialties and subspecialties, Dragon Medical Practice Edition helps clinicians document the complete patient history and physical information. And the experience is the same from workstation to workstation.
The clinical narrative is updated in real time, so clinicians don’t have to wait for transcribed reports or spend time typing into their EHRs allowing more time to spend with patients.
Dragon Medical Practice Edition lets clinicians navigate any Windows®-based EHR system using voice commands—three times faster than most people can type or click with a mouse—supporting EHR adoption.
Dragon Medical Practice Edition supports HIPAA patient confidentiality guidelines, a critical requirement for any practice concerned with patient confidentiality.
Practices that supply documentation through Dragon Medical speech recognition technology earn a higher rate of reimbursement than practices that provide notes built by point-and-click EHR templates alone.
Using speech recognition technology, clinicians dictate, edit, and sign medical records right at the point of care—saving up to $12,000 in annual documentation costs.