We recently released the Audio Playback Support feature to send audio files directly into Atlas.md from your device or computer. Today we’re happy to announce another audio-related feature that should make charting and content organization much easier: Audio Transcripts!
Transcribing anything used to mean starting and pausing audio files and jotting down the content as you went along.
Now, you can turn audio files into searchable text-based content with a single click, simplifying the process of finding and editing notes, understanding problems, archiving patient conversations, and much more!
Imagine seeing patients, recording visits, and having those notes automatically added to your patient’s chart with two easy clicks. It’s another way that Atlas.md lets you spend more time with patients and less time on paperwork.
The whole process is really straightforward. When you upload an audio file, Atlas.md will automatically start transcribing it.
While it works, we recommend checking out other patients’ charts, managing your billing, or getting a coffee refill.
The point is, you don’t have to wait for the transcription to finish – we’ll notify you once it’s ready and attach it to the original note so you can view the audio file and the transcript in the same place.
If you have any questions about Audio Transcripts, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.