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    Dolbey Releases Version 11.5 for Fusion Voice and Atom Dictation

    Dolbey, a leader in providing dictation, transcription, speech recognition and coding solutions for healthcare, announced today the release of version 11.5 of the Fusion Voice® Dictation Management System for enterprise applications and the work group solution Atom Dictation Management™. The new version expands on the solution’s Document Management Services (DMS) option package and offers new features to help healthcare providers meet the challenges that…

  • ICD-10 Preparation

    By Christel Chuderewicz, RHIT, CCS It is time to turn our focus on October 1, 2013, for the ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS implementation. This change will affect multiple aspects of hospital operations as we know them today. Kudos to those of you who have already begun gearing up for the changes, and already have committees in place. For those of us, and I am sure…

  • ICD-10 Timetable, Where Do You Stand?

    By Lindsey Getz, For The Record Experts agree that planning for the seismic shift in coding operations should be well under way. While October 1, 2013, may seem like another lifetime, the truth is if healthcare organizations haven’t started planning for ICD-10 implementation, then they’re already behind. There is definitely a false sense of timing, says Rhonda Buckholtz, CPC, CPMA, CPC-I, CGSC, CPEDC, COBGC,…

  • General

    The Word’s Out

    By Renee Diiulio, Contributing Writer for Imaging Economics. As speech recognition systems evolve, radiologists find the technologies are increasingly useful tools to save time and costs. In-the-early-days-of-speech-recognition-technology-users-of-the-software-had-to-speak-slowly-and-clearly. And-even-them (then)-there-were-many-misidentified-worlds (words). Not so today. Speech and voice recognition systems have come a long way, and while no technology translates everything perfectly, expanding capabilities have increased both usefulness and effectiveness. Transcription is cleaner, and turnaround time…

  • Integration of Fusion Expert and Notifi Offers Significant Time Savings to Radiologists

    Cincinnati, OH, June 4, 2010  Dolbey, a leader in providing dictation, transcription, speech recognition and coding solutions for healthcare, today announced that its Fusion Expert® solution will be integrated with the Notifi® critical test result management (CTRM) application from HIT Application Solutions. Fusion Expert, powered by Nuance’s SpeechMagic™ speech recognition engine, offers complete front-end speech recognition and results management and provides physicians with the…

  • Dolbey to Integrate its Fusion Expert Solution with Technology from Mammography Reporting System

    Cincinnati, OH, May, 2010  Dolbey, a leader in providing dictation, transcription, speech recognition and coding solutions for healthcare, has teamed up with Mammography Reporting System, Inc. (MRS) for integration of its mammography tracking and reporting data system with the company’s Fusion Expert® solution. Fusion Expert, powered by Nuance’s SpeechMagic™ offers complete front-end speech recognition and results management and is part of Dolbey’s Fusion Suite™…

  • Dolbey Announces Integration of Fusion Suite with Clario’s zVision Worklist

    CINCINNATI, OH and Seattle, WA, May 28, 2010 Dolbey announced recently the integration of their Fusion Suite™ technology with the Clario Medical Imaging, Inc. zVision™ unified worklist. The integration offers a radiology solution that integrates workflow, practice management and reporting. Fusion Suite is an enterprise-wide suite of products specifically designed to alleviate today’s healthcare IT headaches. This fully integrated solution includes innovative software and…

  • Dolbey Completes Phase One of Fusion CAC Implementation at Adventist Health System

    WASHINGTON, D.C., April 13, 2010 – Today at the American Health Information Management Association’s (AHIMA) Computer-Assisted Coding Summit, Dolbey announced that it has completed, along with Artificial Medical Intelligence, the first phase of its Fusion CAC™ implementation at Adventist Health System in Orlando, Florida.The implementation process at Adventist began in late September and moved along quickly with a pilot go-live in early March with…

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