Nuance recently released the PowerMic III microphone which offers simplified, thumb-control operation for dictating, navigating, reviewing and editing speech recognition generated documentation.
The PowerMic III advances clinician & professional PC dictation to a new level, making it easier and faster to control voice recording, navigate and select fields in on-screen templates and standard reports and move through recognised text reports for review and editing.
In addition to providing complete dictation control, the PowerMic III incorporates full-function, Microsoft compatible, PC mouse capabilities into the microphone to reduce the need for care givers to move between the microphone, mouse and keyboard.
Clinicians can rapidly navigate report template fields, then record and use “voice fill-in” capabilities to insert recognised text into report templates. By combining an ergonomic hand microphone with PC mouse functions, clinicians gain new levels of dictation speed, ease-of-use and productivity.
The Powermic III features USB connectivity for easy plug and-play installation as well as eliminating the need for sound card-enabled PCs and a unidirectional microphone with noise-cancellation ensuring higher accuracy in even the noisiest environments.
This device is compatible with both Dragon Medical Practice Edition 3 and, for the first time in Powermic history, Dragon Professional Group.