By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
December 3, 2013

Integrated Document Solutions (IDS) has released Voice2Dox 3.0, its speech recognition system, at RSNA 2013 in Chicago.

The release includes productivity enhancements that establish centralized control of templates and routines for organizational language uniformity, IDS said. The new Voice2Dox also features specialty-based sharing of routines, embedded key images, and standardization tools to ensure proper coding of services for billing and reduce claim rejections or reimbursement delays.

Configurable master routines controls help administrators impose reporting standards without jeopardizing individual expression. Physicians are provided with exam-specific real-time checklists and recommendations, with reminders of key elements, measurements, and mandatory phrases that must be present prior to submitting a finalized report, IDS added.

The new version will be available at no additional cost to current Voice2Dox customers.

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