Dragon for Mac Medical UpgradeNuance
Dragon for Mac Medical Upgrade
Available for previous users of Dragon Dictate Medical, version 3 or 4. Enables even faster, more accurate dictation with an enhanced speech engine and updated medical vocabularies.
With Dragon for Mac Medical, version 5, it's now easier to capture your patient's story—with richer detail and greater accuracy—in EHR or other applications.
A flexible speech recognition solution that enables the clinician to capture comprehensive clinical documentation into EHR or other applications—quickly and accurately—to improve clinical documentation and productivity.
Built with a specialized medical vocabulary covering more than 90 medical specialties, Dragon for Mac Medical provides a more efficient way to accurately dictate medical record notes directly into EHR or other applications—all by voice.
Spend more time with patients. With the ability to dictate up to 3x faster than typing with up to 99% accuracy, capture detailed, high-quality medical record notes faster than ever before.
Built for the way clinicians work. Whether note-taking in an EHR, sending email, creating custom word lists and voice shortcuts for inserting frequently used text, you can dictate, edit and control your Mac – all by voice.
Speak freely and with flexibility. No matter which device you use—a wireless mic in your office, your Mac’s built-in mic or a digital voice recorder—capture rich, detailed clinical narrative using whichever audio source best suits your needs.
Speak your patient’s story. Designed with a specialized medical language model and built-in medical vocabulary covering more than 90 specialties and subspecialties, you can count on outstanding dictation accuracy from the first use.
Transcription of recordings under your control. With powerful transcription features, on-the-go clinicians have the convenience and flexibility to capture detailed medical notes—anywhere, anytime—for later transcription.
Secure patient information. Supports HIPAA patient confidentiality guidelines, a critical requirement for any clinician concerned with patient confidentiality.