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E-Mold Techniques

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Location: Gujarat, India
Business Type: Manufacturer, Supplier
We are glad to introduce ourselves as a reputed and Trustworthy Exporter-importer and Whole seller of E.N.T, CANCER, and PLASTIC SURGERY & ICU related super specialty surgical products. We provide latest surgical solution for the same. We bring follo...
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Location: Haryana, India
Business Type: Manufacturer, Supplier
Established in the year, 2008, we, “OPTOLAB ZONE”, are one of the Leading Exporter of Ophthalmic Diagnostic Equipments, E.N.T Diagnostic Equipments, Laboratory Equipments, Laboratory Microscopes, Pharmacy Lab Machines, Hospital Hollow Wares, Human An...
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jk medirise

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Location: Gujarat, India
Business Type: Manufacturer
Dear Potential Petron Thank you for the opportunity and privilege to introduce the product offered by Jk medirise Jk medirise is a global leader in the rapidly growing Medical Devices and Pharma Products Industry. Company was found...
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Location: Haryana, India
Business Type: Manufacturer, Supplier
Hoverlabs offer wide range of Laboratory Equipments,Biology Lab Equipments,Physics Lab Equipments,Chemistry Lab Equipments,Lab Microscopes & Slides,Geography Teaching Models,Laboratory Glassware,Technical Training Kits,Lab Plasticware Products,Platin...
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Voice Recorder Description:

In the MedWOW’s catalog, Voice Recorder is described as follows:
Digital system for dictating and transcribing medical reports and records.
The above ads list companies that sell and / or service Voice Recorder.

Voice Recorder may also be referred to as:

Dictation System, Digital | Digital Dictation System | Digital Dictophon | Digital Recorder | Digital Voice Recording System | Digital Voice System | Voice Recorder

Tips for buying Voice Recorder

  • As a result of these, the cost-benefits of speech recognition may not be fully realized, since a facility may not be able to use it for all reports. In that case, there would still be a need for some form of traditional transcription, which is probably the in-house transcription service with a reduced workforce. Facilities can also renegotiate the contract with the third-party transcription service to reduce the number of reports.
  • A different reason for not using these digital voice recorder systems may be that they require a change in the users' current dictation procedures.
  • One significant shortcoming of the digital voice recorder system is accuracy, meaning that users may need to spend more time producing a report than they would in traditional transcription. As a result, some tend to resist using the system.
  • Over time, speech recognition systems offer significant cost savings because of shortened turnaround time for reports and features that allow integration of speech recognition into PACS.
  • When buyers wish to add on to an existing digital voice recording system, they should verify with the supplier that the new equipment is fully compatible.
  • Before making a digital dictation system purchase, facilities should consider the following features, which are quite beneficial for users: continuous speech, voice-enabled processing, batch processing, macros and/or templates, and text-to-speech.
  • Buyers may wish to consider digital voice recorder systems that can accommodate speech recognition software. Facilities will be able to choose a wider range of transcription options if they use digital voice recorder systems that support speech recognition. The speech recognition applications should include, at a minimum, a general medical-terminology dictionary.
  • The growth rate of each department within the facility, as well as the scalability and upgradability of the digital dictation system, should be considered before purchase..
  • The standard digital voice recorders are configured to meet the needs of each facility. However, some special functions may require additional equipment. Facilities are therefore encouraged to examine their necessary functions before purchasing a digital voice recording system.
  • The digital voice recorder should have some form of security to ensure confidentiality. Log-on names and multilevel passwords should limit the access necessary personnel only.
  • To allow easier expansion and addition of workstations, digital voice recording systems must be HL7 compatible, have client/server architecture with an unlimited number of ports, and be able to accommodate an unlimited number of dictation and transcription.