me2me Debuts German Cloud-based Speech Recognition Technology for Healthcare
me2me AG, a software company delivering mobile dictation, transcription, and speech recognition solutions, announced that its Frisbee Enterprise Server for Healthcare, including M*Modal Speech Understanding, a cloud-based, real-time speech recognition technology, is now available in German.
The company is also debuting the newest versions of its app, Frisbee Smart for iPhone and BlackBerry, designed to work seamlessly with the Frisbee Enterprise Server and the M*Modal Speech Understanding technology.
The speech editing and transcription work flow solution improves medical transcriptionists' productivity, delivering significant per-line cost savings when compared with traditional transcription. It also opens new growth opportunities for transcription agencies by maximizing transcription resources and improving turnaround time, according to the company.
Additionally, users can prioritize a recording, as well as insert, append, save, rewind, and select a maximum file size and the audio quality. To avoid unauthorized access to the audio files, the app can be locked with a PIN. The interface is available in German, English, and French.
me2me is also introducing the new version of Frisbee Smart, its app for iPhone and BlackBerry, designed to fit into the Frisbee Enterprise Server work flow and the M*Modal Speech Understanding technology. Professionals can easily dictate thanks to a clear user interface, which guides them through the dictation and upload process. The recording is automatically sent to the Frisbee Enterprise Server, where it will be available for manual or speech recognition transcription.
"Many of our Frisbee Enterprise customers were willing to use their iPhone or BlackBerry to record their dictations, especially when they are out of the office, and have them added automatically to a queue of transcriptions," said Milko Jovanoski, CMO of me2me, in a statement. "The Frisbee Smart interface has been designed with their needs in mind—easy to use, secure, and fully integrated within the entire process of clinical documentation."