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MRC introduces new PowerScribe

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MRC introduces new PowerScribeThe MRC Group unveiled version 2.0 of its PowerScribe for Radiology speech recognition offering at the 1998 Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual meeting. The new version features

MRC introduces new PowerScribe

The MRC Group unveiled version 2.0 of its PowerScribe for Radiology speech recognition offering at the 1998 Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual meeting. The new version features real-time, workstation-based speech recognition, as well as server-based speech recognition, which maximizes system performance and radiologist acceptance, according to the Cleveland-based company.

Available now, version 2.0 also enables radiologists to dictate and edit the report immediately, according to the firm. In addition, radiologists can navigate and edit their reports by voice. Current PowerScribe for Radiology customers will be upgraded free of charge. MRC developed the PowerScribe family of products in partnership with Articulate Systems of Woburn, MA.

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