Improve Clinical Documentation | SayIt from nVoq – The Nuance Dragon Alternative
SayIt is a true cloud-based speech recognition solution that converts speech to text within seconds. It also supports command and control through voice, or through voice-less “pop-up” shortcuts.
You can access SayIt from home, while traveling, and in multiple clinics – anywhere there’s an Internet connection. There’s nothing to install on the desktop, and no limit to the number of devices you can use.
If you can type it why not SayIt!
Learn how makes healthcare workflow easier
1. Real Time SayIt Application: Simply launch the assigned URL website address and login credentials with your PC, Mac, iOS or Android device.
2. Developer APIs: Embed SayIt directly into your application to voice-enable workflow. Read more here.
Save time spent hunting and tabbing through the EMR with simple voice commands. Find the fields you need in seconds instead of minutes through powerful SayIt Shortcuts.
Use SayIt voice shortcuts to insert commonly used text blocks, select items from dropdown menus and fill in data fields. Prefer to make menu choices by hand? SayIt “Pop-up” shortcuts give you equal power. Who knew templates could be this much fun?
Speak patient histories, assessments, plans and notes directly into the system of record. If a correction is needed, simply Select and “SayIt”. You’re done.
Or, if you prefer, sign up with a SayIt services partner who can make corrections behind the scenes, posted right into your EMR if needed. Either way, save time, money and effort vs. traditional transcription methods!
Use one SayIt voice command to launch a series of tasks within and across systems. With SayIt automations, the learning curve for new systems can be a whole lot shorter.
Works with the Systems You Use Every Day
SayIt is designed to work seamlessly with any EMR, both desktop and web-based! It's well suited for use with popular systems like Epic™, Cerner™, Allscripts™, Athena Health™, CareCloud™, Greenway™, eClinical Works™, NextGen™, GE Centricity™, Optum™, and Practice Fusion™ or virtually any EMR. SayIt supports 35 medical specialties, and can easily be configured to support your organization’s unique vocabulary.
SayIt also works directly with practice management systems, Radiology Information Systems (RIS), Microsoft Office, Gmail™, and virtually any other application for Windows and Mac OS. SayIt is designed to operate efficiently within virtualized desktop environments, and does not require any dedicated network software or equipment.
See examples below of SayIt in Action
Industry Expert View
Solid Alternative to Nuance DNS Medical for Real-Time Speech Recognition.
Providers Weigh In
I found SayIt to be easy to learn and use. The shortcuts save me a great deal of time, and I can customize the vocabulary for my practice’s unique needs.
Dr. R. Kent Dyer, Otologic Medical Clinic, Inc.
Oklahoma City, OK
SayIt is a true alternative for radiologists desiring a cloud-based solution. It’s ideally designed for teleradiologists who need to work with different systems and clinics. I’m recommending it without hesitation for my staff.
Dr. David Cohen, Teleradiology Specialists,
The People Behind the Product
We’ve grown our SayIt user base in Healthcare exponentially in the past year thanks to our terrific reseller community and positive word of mouth from customers. We want to earn YOUR business by delivering a great product at a reasonable price, with service that exceeds expectations.
Debbi Gillotti, VP Healthcare & Marketing
At nVoq, we really put an emphasis on improving clinical workflow efficiency through speech. It’s exciting and rewarding to help clinicians take hours out of their day through Sayit automations.
Chad Hiner, RN, MS
Director, Healthcare Industry Solutions
The CEO Corner
A Poor Speaker Blames His Tools
I have listened to the audio from many users of speech recognition and had the opportunity to see how well or poorly various recognition engines cope with different speakers and ranges of audio quality. Sometimes I listen to a speaker and I wonder “Is this speaker’s handwriting as bad as his diction?”
The question may evoke a wry smile, since physicians and teachers have been the target of many a joke regarding the legibility of their handwriting. But stop and think a minute....