InfraWare Inc., a medical transcription software company, announced Thursday it soon will begin beta testing its new dictation recognition engine aimed at increasing the speed and reducing the cost per line of medical transcription through intelligent back-end automation.The Terre Haute-based software developer and transcription ASP provider will marry its existing InfraWare 360 transcription speech recognition platform and its newly developed artificial intelligence engine to generate more accurate and less expensive first-draft text versions of physician audio dictations. Of the $1.2 million project budget, $871,000 was supplied by a grant from the state’s 21st Century Research and Technology Fund. [click heading for more]
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