Dolbey’s innovative technologies share a long and proud history. In 1914 John Dolbey formed a partnership with Thomas A. Edison to make available the earliest dictation inventions to the business community. During the 20th century, as dictation evolved from the wax cylinder to today’s digital recording, Dolbey & Company, Inc., successfully navigated these revolutionary changes. In the mid-1980s Dolbey & Company began developing its own medical transcription and document management software, laying the groundwork for today’s robust suite of Fusion Text® and Fusion Speech®, powered by Nuance’s SpeechMagic™, transcription and speech recognition products and modules. In 1994 Dolbey Systems, Inc., was formed and became a close partner, concentrating on dictation systems. Dolbey Systems’ Fusion Voice® has become an integral part of our Fusion suite of products. Together, the Dolbey companies (collectively referred to on this web site as “Dolbey”) have built an integrated solution for dictation, transcription, speech recognition and computer-assisted coding. Our voice and text solutions focus on providing solutions that assist in managing the collaborative workflow process and are sold in many vertical markets including healthcare, legal, financial services, manufacturing, public safety and contact centers. Dolbey has over 3,500 accounts and over 40 authorized sales, service and support centers nationwide to help serve you.
Dictation, Coding & Core Measure Reporting
- 7280 Auburn Road, Concord, OH 44077
Transcription & Speech Recognition
- 7164 Beechmont Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45230
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