Olympus Dictation App Now Supports Microsoft OneDrive
Olympus has just announced their latest update to the Olympus Dictation App for iOS and Android, the addition of audio delivery via ODDS OneDrive.
The Olympus Dictation App utilised the Olympus Dictation Delivery Service (ODDS) to allow dictation authors (e.g. doctors, surgeons, lawyers, judges, barristers, real estate agents etc) to securely record confidential dictations on their smartphones anytime anywhere. The audio can then be delivered to the Authors Typists or Executive Assistants, via the ODDS system, either via email or FTP and now with this new release, direct to a Microsoft OneDrive shared cloud folder.
The Olympus Dictation App with an ODDS licence is the only mobile dictation solution that can deliver audio files in the globally recognised .ds2 (DSS Pro) audio format whose audio files can be individually encrypted, essential for confidential client or patient notes.
How It Works
Enabling the delivery of your digital dictation using the Olympus Dictation App to a Microsoft OneDrive cloud folder via ODDS allows your audio to be shared directly with your transcription typist(s) via the cloud.
Transcription typist(s) simply link their transcription tray to the shared OneDrive folder and audio will automatically be loaded into the ODMS R7 Transcription Module ready for transcription, a pop-up will also alert the typist to the arrival of new dictation to be transcribed.
How Do I Enable and Configure The OneDrive Option
Please note that selecting the OneDrive option in the Server Settings in the app only provides your authorisation and access to the specified OneDrive folder. You will still need to ask your Olympus ODDS Admin (usually your practice manager) or your Olympus dealer to enable OneDrive for your licence in the Olympus Dictation portal.