Dictating Your Note Using Speech-to-Text
This is a good alternative for those clinicians that don't have a dictation software at work or home.
Chartnote next generation AI voice-recognition is powered by Augnito.
It is a great solution to dictate a quick note when you don't feel like typing or using a snippet. You can also dictate a short sentence to complement your snippets.
The more you use it, the better it gets.
Dictate using punctuation commands.
Chartnote Speech-to-Text Commands
Use the following voice commands while dictating using Chartnote. You must speak punctuation when dictating. The following commands will also enable you to interact with the text and navigate the content of your note. PUNCTUATION Full Stop / Period ...
Hotkeys - Navigate your note with the keyboard.
Use your keyboard to navigate and complete placeholder fields. Start/stop your microphone. Hotkeys are keyboard shortcuts that provide quick access to a particular function. They are triggered by pressing a combination of keys simultaneously on a ...
Creating and Using Input Fields
Introduction to Input Fields Add input fields to a snippet. Create customized boilerplate text. Creating a snippet in your personal library. Here is an example of a dot phrase with fill-in fields: Input fields Chartnote supports five kinds of input ...
Hands-Free Dictation Using a USB Gooseneck Microphone + Foot Pedal - great for pathology/radiology
Gooseneck Microphone If you don’t want to use a handheld microphone or wear a headset, a desktop microphone is an option. A gooseneck USB microphone is ideal. It should be arranged ergonomically so that the microphone is close to your mouth while ...
Our speech models can be accent and specialty-specific. You can also select between British and American spelling. By default you will find these preferences selected: Spelling: US Sp. Accent: American English Language Model: General Medicine These ...