Question: How does Dragon Medical v10.1 support HIPPA regulations?One of the new features in Dragon Medical v10.1 is the support of HIPPA regulations. Dragon does this by securing the privacy of patient data.When a user dictates using Dragon Medical, Dragon Medical automatically saves all audio and transcribes text in Dragon Recorded Audio (.DRA) files. If…Details
How to enable the logging of recognition history for an end-user within Dragon NaturallySpeaking V12
STEP 1: Enable the Auto-Saving of Recognition History feature 1. Open text editing software such as Notepad. On Windows Vista or Windows 7, make sure you have administrator rights when you open the text editor (use theRun as administrator option to open the text editor). 2. In the text editor, navigate to the folder that…Details
Dragon Medical 10 and Dragon Medical Small Practice 10 are purchased for use on a per-user basis. A user is defined as one (1) individual who dictates in Dragon Medical. A licensed user may install Dragon Medical for use on multiple machines by that same user only. A Dragon Medical box license may not be…Details
How to use the Philips SpeechExec Pro software with Dragon NaturallySpeaking v10 WALKTHROUGH GUIDE #342 After you have created your Philips user profile within Dragon NaturallySpeaking v10, it’s time to learn how to automate and transcribe your recordings. This ‘How to guide’ will you through that process. Illustrated screen shots have been included for your…Details
As of 5.23.08, over 80,000 physicians are using Dragon Medical —over 10% of all clinicians in the US. That may not seem like a lot, but we only started counting a few years ago. Physicians are adopting Dragon Medical as rapidly—or more rapidly—as they are adopting EMR systems. By the end of 2008, there will be…Details
The PowerMic® and Custom Dragon Commands In this article, we’re going to show you how to program your Nuance® PowerMic II to use one of your custom Dragon® commands—but only when you’re dictating into the Dictation Box. Please note that these instructions cover the process specifically for Dragon Medical Practice Edition on Windows®. To see…Details
How to Configure a PowerMic® II in Dragon® Medical This ‘how to guide’ will walk you through the process of configuring a Nuance® PowerMic II for use with Dragon Medical v10.1. Dragon Medical has built-in support for PowerMic II microphones. The PowerMic II is a handheld USB microphone with programmable buttons. The PowerMic is compatible…Details
How to create an Advanced Scripting macro (aka custom command) to automatically launch a Microsoft Template?
Within Dragon NaturallySpeaking & Dragon Medical Practice Edition, there are several advantages of using Advanced Scripting to launch your templates. To start, this method allows you to call up templates that are already created rather than having to create separate Text & Graphic macro’s for each template. Also, this method allows you to take advantage…Details
How do I run a Dragon Naturally Speaking repair in a more efficient manner than going to add/remove programs?
Instead of going to add/remove programs you can run repairs for Dragon NaturallySpeaking by using the command prompt. This will take something that usually takes 7 or 8 minutes down to less than 2 minutes. Navigate to the directory that contains natspeak.exe In a typical installation, natspeak.exe is located in the following directory: Path for 32bit C:Program…Details