Syracuse, NY (PressExposure) March 29, 2012 -- Users of the app who are already pleased with its many features -- autofilling forms with account synchronization; appending, inserting, or overwriting recordings; STAT and CC options; and many more - are also impressed with the sound quality of the recording versus what they were used to with their old voice recorder.
Brenda Jones, a transcriptionist with SpectraMedi, a company who transcribes the recordings made with iMedDictate, said that the improved sound quality not only makes the listening process much clearer, but can also improve turnaround times and accuracy.
"What I immediately noticed when transcribing recordings from iMedDictate was that there was little to no background noise in the iPhone recording versus a regular recorder," said Jones. "With the better sound quality I am able to understand doctor dictations more easily and work quicker."
iMedDictate uses high-quality AAC recordings and utilizes the unique microphone of iOS devices. Conventional audio recorders tend to "hear" everything in the background while a user is dictating, creating a cacophonous recording that requires more time to listen to and transcribe accurately. The microphones in iOS devices are specially made to hone in on the human voice, creating a recording that is more natural, focused, and legible.
With iMedDictate, users can rest assured that their recordings are of the highest quality and that their dictation will not be muddled or misunderstood - something crucial for users in the medical field.
"This is important when a doctor uses similar sounding words with different meanings," said Jones. "For example, a doctor might say ureteral stone or urethral stone. With the better quality of iMedDictate's recording, it's easier to tell the words apart and work accurately."
With its superior technology and iOS platform, iMedDictate is fine-tuned to give the clearest, most intelligible recordings possible. Download on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch today for free in the iTunes app store.