Handheld Recorders and the TA+ Platform

Our PC-based digital voice recorder (DVR) application, DVR+, assists mobile physicians who prefer dictation with hand held units.  Docking the device at a PC after patient rounds sends voice files to the central TA+ dictation server.  Our system is compatible with most Philips, Olympus and Sony hand held models, new and old, to keep costs down for physician practices.  Dictators appreciate the freedom of movement and light weight units with convenient single-handed operation.    Since hand held units hold several hours of voice files, they are typically docked after the day’s last patient.  Typical functionality includes rewind, forward, pause, stop and play with volume adjustment and folder selection.


Benefits for Office Managers and Physicians


Transferring, aka docking, voice files from the DVR to PC is quick and easy

Multiple DVRs can be docked at the same PC

Screens display ‘download in process’ and ‘download complete’

DVR+ software converts and transfers the voice files from the PC to the TA+ server

DVR+ compresses the dictation files to reduce transmission time

The Arrendale Support Center is just a phone call away for cheerful assistance

DVR+ voice files are available for listening by other authorized users via the central server

Compatibility with land line telephone, smart phone and SpeechMike dictation within TA+ system



Security and Compliance with DVR+

Voice files are sent to the TA+ server via a connected web service using HTTPS, industry-standard, encryption

This connectivity method eliminates a VPN requirement for faster start up

The TA+ platform provides audit logging of all events from the time of dictation:

o Dictating, docking, listening, transcribing, editing and esignature

An archive folder on the PC stores encrypted dictation files for 30 days




For even more convenience, out transcription service subsidiary will transcribe and return transcripts that are formatted to your exact specifications.  Call 800.344.1323 for more information about handheld dictation within the TA+ platform.

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