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Dictation Systems, Digital

Definition : Recording systems designed for storage of speech (e.g., dictation), usually as digital signals, providing the capability for transcription and revision of the recorded information. These systems typically consist of a specialized personal computer, including a CPU (central processing unit), an operating system, controllers, dictation and transcription workstations, and interfaces with the hospital information system. Digital dictation systems are typically used by physicians and other healthcare staff to dictate medical reports and/or other patient information; most systems permit remote access of patient records (e.g., using a touchtone telephone) before, during, and/or after transcription, while some systems provide voice-mail capabilities. Digital dictation systems equipped with the appropriate software, particularly those with speech recognition capabilities, may be used to assist speech diagnosis and/or therapy.

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Cortex MMS Inc

Company Type: Parent

Pathologists have trusted Cortex for decades. Headquartered in the beautiful Pacific Northwest and the technology-laden population of Seattle, Washington, you will find that at the center of Cortex we are passionate about serving anatomic pathology laboratories - and doing excellent work for people with whom we create long-lasting relationships

Cyber Records Inc

Company Type: Parent

Healthcare delivery has changed over the past decade, with increased pressure on medical service providers to reduce the cost of care, to provide better ways to measure and improve the quality of care delivered, and to transport care delivery to less costly environments. To achieve new, higher goals for improved healthcare requires seamless patient information access and sharing across hospital and clinical boundaries. Moreover, key to providing optimum healthcare is accurate, accessible, and shareable health information.

Digital Accessories Corp (DAC)

Company Type: Parent

Dolbey Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

Dolbey's innovative technologies share a long and proud history. In 1914 John Dolbey formed a partnership with Thomas A. Edison to make available the earliest dictation inventions to the business community. During the 20th century, as dictation evolved from the wax cylinder to today's digital recording, Dolbey & Company, Inc., successfully navigated these revolutionary changes.

FutureNet Technologies Corp

Company Type: Parent

In 2001, FutureNet launched a domestic transcription service in response to our growing technology client base. Our expansion into the service provider marketplace has enabled us to meet the complete dictation/transcription solution demands of our clients and provides us with direct experience to enhance our platform for productivity improvements and cost effectiveness.

Healthcare Technologies Inc

Company Type: Parent

Our mission is to provide software and services to enable healthcare organizations to realize their full potential.

IDS

Company Type: Parent

IQMax Inc

Company Type: Parent

IQMax is a privately held corporation based in Charlotte, NC. The company is an early pioneer in the field of mobile healthcare solutions and continues its dedication to providing trusted solutions for the healthcare industry. For more than 12 years, IQMax has been focused on the development of connected care solutions that connect, extend, and optimize data and applications, positively impacting healthcare providers and facilities alike.

M*Modal IP LLC

Company Type: Parent

M*Modal is a leading provider of clinical transcription services, clinical documentation workflow solutions, advanced cloud-based Speech Understanding™ technology and advanced unstructured data analytics.

Nuance Communications Inc

Company Type: Parent

We are reinventing the relationship between people and technology. At Nuance, we believe in the power of intelligent systems, and quite specifically what the power can do for you. Our innovations in voice, natural language understanding, reasoning and systems integration come together to create more human technology.

OAISYS

Company Type: Parent

Scribe Healthcare Technologies Inc

Company Type: Parent

Spheris

Company Type: Parent

StructuRad LLC

Company Type: Parent

Since its founding in 2001, StructuRad has developed unique technologies and reporting solutions for the medical community. The Company's line of products (macro library, macro management service, radiology reporting application, and workflow management application) was developed in conjunction with clinical use by radiologists and computer scientists.

The Shams Group Inc

Company Type: Parent

The Shams Group (TSG), a Healthcare Software & Service Provider, has served 400+ hospitals and healthcare systems worldwide. We are located in Dallas, TX with clients and operations in USA, Canada, Asia and Middle East. Two decades ago, TSG started as a consultant and departmental solution vendor and has transformed into providing healthcare organizations enterprise-wide solutions and services across the spectrum.

Vangard Voice Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

Vangard Voice Systems has perfected and introduced an enterprise voice solution that represents the next quantum leap in mobile workforce productivity and capabilities.

Voicebrook Inc

Company Type: Parent

Voicebrook is the leading provider of speech recognition and reporting solutions for Pathology

Winscribe Inc

Company Type: Parent

As a world leading provider of digital dictation software Winscribe supports businesses all over the globe with their requirements for digital dictation, digital transcription, voice recognition, and workflow management. Based on years of experience in the workflow management field we have now extended our offering to Business Process Management solutions for the legal market.

ZyDoc

Company Type: Parent

Since its inception in 1993, ZyDoc's mission has been to increase the efficiency of physicians through the use of software technology and services to improve patient care and outcomes, lower malpractice risk, and maximize reimbursement. In 1993, ZyDoc released one of the first multimedia electronic medical records (EMR) as envisioned by the Institute of Medicine.

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