Nuance's Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder Now Available from the Apple App Store
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New Point-of-Care App Empowers Clinicians to Dictate When and Where

They Want; Dictations are Instantly Sent for Speech Recognition

Processing and Transcription Editing on Nuance HIM Platforms

Dec. 13, 2010 (Business Wire) -- Nuance Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: NUAN) today announced the availability of Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder on the iTunes App Store, expanding its healthcare suite of speech solutions for smartphones and building upon the recent success of Dragon Medical Mobile Search. With Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder, Nuance is introducing a new level of clinical documentation flexibility by enabling mobile point-of-care dictation that is connected to speech-enabled transcription platforms, eScription and Dictaphone Enterprise Speech System, and the fully-outsourced Nuance Transcription Services offering.

By applying its award-winning speech recognition and dictation capabilities to Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder, Nuance empowers clinicians with a documentation method that they prefer, dictation, on a single, popular device that many clinicians demand, the iPhone. According to Manhattan Research, 72 percent of U.S. physicians now use smartphones and by 2012 adoption will increase to 81 percent. With Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder, clinicians across an enterprise can conveniently and efficiently dictate into the iPhone at the point-of-care or on-the-go without compromising the quality, accuracy or turnaround time of their reports.

“As the demand for mobile, point-of-care solutions grows, so does Nuance’s commitment to deliver innovative healthcare applications for smartphones and other leading mobile devices that advance and improve the mobile clinical experience,” said Janet Dillione, executive vice president and general manager, Nuance Healthcare. “We believe the interaction of speech technology and healthcare mobility is crucial. Nuance’s Dragon Medical Mobile solutions speed and simplify the use of mobile devices and applications in healthcare settings, as well as improve the overall clinical experience for both the care provider and patient.”

As part of the Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder workflow, clinicians no longer need to dictate from a workstation, landline phone or carry a separate mobile dictation device. Rather, clinicians can initiate rapid medical record creation with the iPhone’s touch-based interface, which allows efficient dictation anytime and anywhere. Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder was designed specifically for high-quality and reliable mobile dictation capture to optimize the eScription, Dictaphone Enterprise Speech and iChart workflow platforms. Dictations are instantly and wirelessly uploaded to Nuance’s secure data center for distribution to background speech recognition processing and transcription; this process happens significantly faster than with traditional handheld recorders, helping to improve finalized document turnaround time.

“Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder has been our hospital’s first introduction to dictation via a smartphone. Members of our hospitalist group and pulmonary physician assistants have been using the App as part of their clinical documentation workflow; feedback has been positive,” said Jean Blain, CMT, HIM Manager, Transcription Services at Eastern Connecticut Health Network. “Clinicians with iPhones can easily download the app without IT department support. Also, the quality of dictation capture and speech recognition accuracy on the eScription platform has been great, showing no difference from telephone dictations. We expect additional adoption across the hospital, mostly driven through word-of-mouth.”

Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder includes many advanced features designed to enhance the dictation process for clinicians and ensure fast, accurate clinical documentation. The App:

  • Leverages the WiFi and 3G wireless capabilities of the iPhone.
  • Protects all patient information with a full range of security features including advanced encryption as outlined in the HIPAA guidelines.
  • Allows clinicians to download and install the software via the iPhone App Store, minimizing the IT resources required to deploy this tool across the enterprise.
  • Provides administrators the ability to centrally manage user accounts through EMon®, the eScription administrative console or Enterprise Explorer, the Dictaphone Enterprise Speech System administrative console.

Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder is the second of four planned medical mobile solutions from Nuance that are designed to help streamline clinician workflow at the point-of-care; details on these apps can be found in this previous press release: Nuance Extends Power and Experience of Mobile, Voice-Enabled Documentation and Search to the Healthcare Industry; Unveils Dragon Medical Mobile Apps for Smartphones.

Availability

The Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder App for eScription is available immediately in the U.S. from the Apple iTunes App Store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dragon-medical-mobile-recorder/id396425054?mt=8. This version of the Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder runs on the Apple iPhone 4 and 3GS using OS Version 4.1. For further Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder information visit: http://www.nuance.com/products/dragon-medical-mobile-recorder/index.htm. For pricing information to enable connectivity to eScription, please contact your Nuance Account Manager. Nuance will provide future updates on the availability of the application and service for the Dictaphone Enterprise Speech platform, including the iChart system.

Nuance’s Healthcare Business

Nuance’s healthcare portfolio of proven, speech-enabled clinical documentation and communication solutions enable healthcare provider organizations to improve financial performance, enhance patient care, and increase patient safety. With more than 10,000 healthcare provider organization customers and 450,000 clinician customers worldwide, Nuance has the experience and solutions that meet the individual needs of any size healthcare provider organization.

Nuance Communications, Inc.

Nuance is a leading provider of speech and imaging solutions for businesses and consumers around the world. Its technologies, applications and services make the user experience more compelling by transforming the way people interact with information and how they create, share and use documents. Every day, millions of users and thousands of businesses experience Nuance’s proven applications and professional services. For more information, please visit www.nuance.com.

Nuance and the Nuance logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Nuance Communications, Inc. or its affiliates in the United States and/or other countries. All other company names or product names may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

The statements in this press release, relating to future plans or future events or services, are forward-looking statements which are subject to specific risks and uncertainties. There are a number of factors which could cause actual events or results to differ materially from those indicated in such forward looking statements, including fluctuations in demand for the Nuance products, the relationship with the customer or partner and the continued development of Nuance products. The reader is warned not to rely on these forward-looking statements without reservation, since these are simply reflections of the current situation. Nuance disclaims any obligation to update any forward-looking statements as a result of developments occurring after the date of this document.

Nuance Communications, Inc.
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