Documenting clinical interactions has been made easier by the development of a “promising” technology known as voice recognition (VR). We at MedVoice provide VR in combination with our medical transcription services without needing you to adjust your workflow pattern.

Speech Recognition Is Of Two Types:

Front End: The words are automatically being generated and displayed simultaneously with the doctor dictating into the machine. This text can be amended directly, reports finalized and further promptly signed by the doctor. Though only a few doctors and practitioners are using the front end because of the time constraints faced by them.

Back End: In this type of speech recognition technique the written drafts are generated by the software and further revised by the medical transcriptionists. Due to the minimal time required for proof reading, these types of documents are highly preferred by the physicians.


Hospitals, clinics and other healthcare facilities may utilize speech recognition in their EMR systems. Implementing voice commands instead of keywords may make common tasks like searching, querying, and even filling out forms much quicker and more efficient.


Medical Transcriptionists and physicians alike may benefit from Speech Recognition Technology in a variety of ways.

A few of the perks include: