The Mindware Connection
Making Your Office More Productive and Efficient JUST USING YOUR VOICE!
Dragon Medical Practice Edition is an excellent tool in helping providers to meet Meaningful Use requirements. The truth is, it helps make entering patient notes less time consuming. CMS.gov lists the criteria for meeting requirements, how you choose to meet them is up to you.
Most laptops and tablets today are made with a built-in or on-board microphone. They are great for speaking across lines to others and making quick snippets of sound bites. However, if you want the best accuracy with your Dragon Software, use an approved audio device such as a headset or desktop microphone. Built-in microphones don't always provide good quality sound. In addition, they are not noise-cancelling, a feature that allows you to dictate in challenging environments.
We have come a long way since our first Thanksgiving! Just imagine getting up on a cold November morning to go hunt and kill your holiday dinner. Brrrrr. I'm thankful to be able to drive to a store and pick up my nice plucked and cleaned turkey! Maybe yours will be already cooked! Progress is good... in all things!
Dragon Speech Recognition Software is an application that allows providers the ability to speak their patient notes, instead of typing or using a transcriptionist. With the imminent addition of the EHR, Dragon has been proven to help providers increase practice profitability, increase clinician satisfaction and improve documentation.
Team play is critical to success... on the field (or rink) and off! Our Operations Manager here at Mindware Connections, Joan Moss, is a great example of team play. She fields calls from our customers, inquiries regarding Dragon Software, coordinates schedules, provides Dragon Speech Recognition technical support, performs sales and accounting tasks, updates information to our Application Specialists when they are on the road, everything to ensure a smooth running operation. She is something to brag about! So as they say, "The apple doesn't fall far from the tree..."