Dragon Dictate Medical
Dragon Dictate Medical
3.0.5

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Dragon Dictate Medical free download for Mac

Dragon Dictate Medical

3.0.5
20 March 2014

Dictation software for medical professionals.

Overview

Dragon Dictate Medical introduces a faster, more efficient way for medical professionals to create medical records, medical correspondence, or email messages -- turning talk into text three times faster than typing. Medical professionals on the Mac platform have a fast and efficient way to transcribe appointments and medical record notes into leading EHR systems and other popular applications with their voice.

What's new in Dragon Dictate Medical

Version 3.0.5:
  • Final release build

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2 Dragon Dictate Medical Reviews

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Lord-Lightning
21 March 2014

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Before you buy this crap app, go here and read the comments. Purchasing anything from Nuance is Pain, Pain, Pain - and it is verifiable. https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/27256/dragon-dictate and http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/15/business/goldman-sachs-and-a-sale-gone-horribly-awry.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
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Version 3.0.5
Me2
01 October 2014
Installation states FLAWED for this and the Medical version. Strange.
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Version 3.0.5
Lord-Lightning
21 March 2014
Before you buy this crap app, go here and read the comments. Purchasing anything from Nuance is Pain, Pain, Pain - and it is verifiable. https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/27256/dragon-dictate and http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/15/business/goldman-sachs-and-a-sale-gone-horribly-awry.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
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Version 3.0.5
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-M-S-
24 March 2014
This app has saved two doctor friends of mine literally $10,000s/year in transcription costs. It is without question the best voice recognition product on the Mac, and the only one with a medical dictionary. To call it "crap" is rather disingenuous, especially in the absence of any alternatives whatsoever. The app should really be considered on the merits of its performance, not whether one considers the upgrade fees subjectively too high (the #1 complaint Dictate 3 [non-medical] received) or the unfortunate business decisions made by a company 15+ years ago (which has gone through two further acquisitions since that decision). The followup story to your NY Times link should also be considered: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/24/business/goldman-sachs-cleared-in-collapse-of-dragon-systems-sale.html
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