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mrgrenier
Canine III

Voice Module

Would love to see the Voice Module get 64-bit support. It works well for most of my users but it stinks that I have to cut a hygiene rooms hardware in half to use it (Referring to a 32 bit OS memory limit etc).

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Re: Voice Module

Michael,

   PracticeWorks Office Voice Module has been compatible with 64 bit operating systems since version 7.5.2. I do see that your profile shows you as a WinOMS user though so I will mention this to hnnobel‌ who is a WinOMS Technical Support Specialist.

mrgrenier
Canine III

Re: Voice Module

Is it now!!! that is good news, last time I called it was potentially still an issue... good to hear I will give it another go... I'm actually a PracticeWorks & WinOMS (among others) user (Handle IT for a few small offices). This question was directed at Pworks.

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mrgrenier
Canine III

Re: Voice Module

I can confirm worked fine on Win10 64 fine... Thanks for replying so quickly.

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sonyap
Premolar III

Re: Voice Module

What parts of the software does the voice module work on?  Is the voice module already built into the software and we just have to purchase a microphone of sorts and then somehow activate it?

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Hello Sonya

The voice module only works on the charting module.  It is an add on that needs to be activated on your license via your sales rep. Once that is completed, we would assist with running the installation of the voice module components on each machine it would be used on. You'd also have the option for training to learn how to fully utilize it. 

 

-Johnathan

Johnathan Downer | Technical Support Analyst
sonyap
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Re: Voice Module

Can it be used to enter/dictate progress notes in charting?

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unfortunately no, it cannot. 

I attached a pdf that has all the voice commands it accepts for the chart.  This will give you a decent idea of what it can control. 

But basically, it's just for input on hard and soft tissue and switching between tabs. 

Johnathan Downer | Technical Support Analyst