Dictation Habits Brochure (2).pub

Dictation Habits Brochure (2).pub
FLUENCY EDITOR AND
FLUENCY EDITOR COMMAND
 M*Modal’s Fluency Editor is a text
editor application with many text
editing and formatting features.
 There is greater support for voice
commands and overall improved
speech recognition in Fluency Editor.
 After creating and editing text in
Fluency Editor, you can use the voice
command “Insert Fluency Editor” to
insert the dictation into the desired
editor (i.e. MS Word, EHR). This can
be useful for toggling through
information in different sections of a
patient’s note and inserting the
appropriate documentation .
 Refer to the User Manual for more
information about functionality, voice
commands, and text editing in Fluency
Editor.
FLUENCY
DIRECT
GENERAL GOOD HABITS
1. Assemble any reports, and information
contained in computer systems before
dictating.
2. Dictate in a quiet area, with minimal
background noise.
3. Use correct verbiage and grammar –
speak in full sentences, including
punctuation.
4. Speak clearly, at a regular pace –
articulate properly without over
enunciating or speaking too slowly.
5. Exaggerate words that can be
misunderstood: Abduction vs. adduction
and hyper vs. hypo
6. Release the RECORD button when
pausing.
7. When dictating, hold the device
approximately 4 – 6 inches from your
mouth.
HOW TO POSITION YOUR
MICROPHONE
 In normal environments, place the
microphone 4-6 inches of the mouth, but
not directly in front of it, with the holes at
the top pointing towards the face. It’s
important to keep the location consistent
and not wave it around or move the head
too much while speaking.
 Do NOT place microphone directly in front
of the CENTER of the mouth, want to
avoid breath noise
 The further away you hold the
microphone, the worse the ratio between
background noise and your own speech.
 You do not want to hold it so close that
you can accidentally touch facial hair or
face.
 The holes are where the sound goes in,
so they should be aimed in the general
direction where the sound comes from (as
opposed to outwards).
8. Avoid using slang, acronyms, and/or
coined terms.
9. Use the same etiquette for dictation as
you would when speaking to another
person, or giving a speech.
10. Do not allow another person to dictate
under your login. This will negatively
affect your recognition quality.
CONSISTENCY IS KEY
At least re-run microphone wizard
when you change how you hold
the microphone.
COMMON VOICE COMMANDS
DICTATED
COMMAND
ACTIONS
Delete That
Delete Selection
Deletes Selected Word(s)
Undo That
Undo Last
Undoes The Last Utterance/
Command
Correct
(Text To Correct)
A Selection Box pops up, The
User Can Choose M*Modal's
Best Guess Alternatives /
Speak/Type Something New
In.
New Line
Cursor moves down one line
New Paragraph
Cursor moves down two lines
Select All
Selects All Text (Ctrl + A)
Select
(Text To Select: word,
phrase,
or sentence)
Selects Specific Text
Underline That
Underlines Selected Word(s)
Uppercase That
Uppercase Selection
Capitalizes Selected Word(s)
All Caps On
All Caps Off
Dictation following this
command will be capitalized
until turned off
Paste That
Paste Selection
Pastes Copied Text
Cut That
Cut
Selection
Cuts Selected Text
Copy That
Copy Selection
Copies Selected Text
Insert Fluency Editor
Inserts Fluency Editor Text
Wherever Cursor Is Located
Create Text Snippet
Brings Up A Selection Box
Where The User Can Add A
New Text Snippet Command
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