Dragon Medical Practice Edition
Special Offer: With every purchase of
a full version of DMPE2, we include the following helpful
Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2: Released in June
of 2013, this is the most current version of Dragon Medical
Practice Edition - termed "Dragon Medical Practice Edition
2" This is clearly best product a medical provider can
use to document accurately, efficiently, and with significant cost
savings compared with traditional transcription.
Considering Dragon for the first time? Consider
these benefits compared with your current documentation method
Considering upgrading from a prior version? Consider
these changes compared with the first edition of Dragon Medical
2/23/2016 – Will this run on Windows 10?thank you!
Response From Speech Recognition Solutions: Definitely. We have a system here running it on Windows 10 with no issues.
2/13/2015 – 1. Is this version Windows 64-bit compatible? My Medical V9 is not.2. Once V12 is installed can I transfer all my V9 . . .
Response From Speech Recognition Solutions: 1. Yes, DMPE2 is 65-bit compatible2. Assuming you can still run your old version, you can export the commands (macros) and import them into DMPE23. Nuance is a little hard to tie down in terms of the number of installation you can do with a single license, but it's at least 4, and you can request additional installs if you have the need. So yes, as long as it's for your use, you can install DMPE2 on multiple computers.
8/14/2014 – Does this work WELL on VMWare on Mac ; also does it work(dictate AND correct) in citrix based EHRs such as Epic
Response From Speech Recognition Solutions: Although DMPE2 will work on a Mac when using one of the virtualized OS products such as VMWare or Parallels, the transition from real to virtual OS tends to slow things down slightly. Also, using a USB microphone with programmable buttons is often tricky to set up. For this reason, if it will work with your planned use of your Mac, we recommend running DMPE2 using an actual operating system run via Bootcamp. In this scenario you are using Apple Hardware with a Windows operating system and it runs beautifully. Unfortunately the Mac version of Dragon (Dragon Dictate and Dragon Dictate Medical) utilize the same high quality speech engine, but other functionality is not nearly as developed in the Mac version compared to the Windows version. My personal set-up is a MacBook Pro running Windows 7 via Bootcamp. It works superbly but does not afford me the easy access to the Mac OS without a reboot.Regarding the EMR question, neither DMPE2 or Dragon Dictate Medical work all that well when the EMR is being presented via Citrix. Basic dictation works well, but since the EMR is on the distant server and not on the same machine on which the speech recognition software is being run, Dragon cannot "see" what is going on with the dictated document so full "text control" is lost. This means you cannot edit, correct, and select text by voice. You can get around this by doing the actual dictation in a simple word-processing program and copying and pasting to your EMR, but this gets a bit annoying. When the EMR is being presented via Citrix, it is best to use the "Network" edition of Dragon, which is sold only to institutions and not individuals. The Network Edition of Dragon (Windows only) puts a small "spy" application called Vsync on the Citrix server which communicates with Dragon on the local machine and allows a user to have full text control.So you know, a new cloud-based version of Dragon is on the scene. It's called Dragon Direct and is a tiny application that compressed your speech and sends it to the cloud for processing. It's extremely quick and accurate and is sold only to institutions and on a monthly subscription basis. At this point it works only with a Windows operating system.
8/13/2014 – How well does this work in VMWare or Parallels on the Mac; also does this allow dictation AND correction in a Citrix EHR . . .
Response From Speech Recognition Solutions: Dragon (all versions) will work on a Mac with a virtual widows operating system and I have tested it with both VMWare and Parallels. There will, though, be a bit of a delay and sometimes it requires some tweaking to get the audio signal from the real to virtual OS. Personally I run Windows via Bootcamp and find this a great solution, although at the loss of use of the Mac OS. As to working in a Citrix based EMR, such as Epic, DMPE2 will dictate into the EMR but will not have full "text control" so you will not be able to select and correct text by voice. You can work around this by dictating into Word, WordPad or DragonPad and pasting back into the EMR. The best solutions when using an EMR via Citrix is to use the Network Edition of Dragon or the recently released Dragon Direct software (another Nuance product using cloud-based speech recognition and run directly from the Citrix server and not from your local machine.)
4/15/2014 – 1. Is podiatry one of the specialties covered by Medical Practice version 2?2. We have 4 practitioner in office. What is . . .
Response From Speech Recognition Solutions: Yes, podiatry is one of the specific vocabularies available in DMPE2.It is necessary to purchase a license for each user. Like most resellers, we are able to offer volume discounts, so please contact us for information on specific pricing.Dragon Medical works in most electronic medical records. You can see a complete list of compatible EMRs at the following Nuance page: http://www.nuance.com/healthcare/services/dragon-CertifiedEHRs/dragon-works.aspBecause Doctor's Partner isn't listed does not mean it won't work. What some users do is purchase the street version of Dragon (often available for as little as $99) and try it. It doesn't have some of the functionalities and the vocabulary of the medical version, but it uses the same speech engine and general technology, so it will serve as a "proof of concept" of Dragon in your specific EMR.
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