Olympus recently announced the release of the DS-9500 WiFi enabled digital dictation device. This marks the first time Olympus users are able to dictate and have documents created in near real time. Users of the DS-9500 simply record their dictations, connect to a WiFi hotspot or cell phone WiFi and send their voice files directly to their typist or secretary without a computer or USB cord.
Users looking for even more efficiency gains can introduce Nuance’s Dragon Naturally Speaking Medical, Legal or Professional into the mix – allowing the voice files to be automatically transcribed into a Word document in near real time, no typist needed. This technology is perfectly suited to busy doctors, lawyers or business professionals. Insurance adjusters in the field will also find the DS-9500 to be an invaluable asset, arriving back to the office after a day in the field to find their paperwork already completed.
Impressively, the new DS-9500 boasts not only the newest file transfer technology, but it is also made of the most durable construction material commercially available. The optical slide switch eliminates mechanical wear through use, while the poly-carbonate body is so durable it is certified to withstand a 1.5 meter (almost 5 foot) drop without damage. Sensitive data security is assured through on board 256 bit AES encryption along with a device PIN code setting to assure compliance with HIPAA and other privacy laws.
Another first in the industry is the ability for the user to check transcription status right on the recorder. This is achieved by the use of the Olympus AS-9000 transcription kit which comes with transcription software which sends the data back to the recorder for near instant status updates. The Olympus Dictation Management System (ODMS) software has also been revamped with a cleaner, more intuitive UI. The ODMS can be operated in stand alone or workgroup mode to suit any size firm or practice, and now directly integrates with web based email programs such as Gmail, and Microsoft Office 365, as well as FTP.
Not wanting to leave the docking/ charging cradle untouched, Olympus has added a LAN port to allow connection to a network without the need of a computer. This feature is perfect for a clinical environment, where cradles can be placed in various locations for a quick file transfer while on the way to the next patient encounter.
Larger organizations with IT departments or contractors will love the brand new Web System Configuration Program (Web SCP) which has all of the tools necessary to deploy, configure, customize and manage the ODMS environment via a web browser on a PC.
American Dictation Corp, a perennial Olympus Circle of Excellence partner and supporting dealer of the year has the DS-9500, AS-9000, and all other components of the new system in stock and ready to ship.
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