I work for a huge organization and alot of our clinic docs use Dragon. It is kinda of a pain in the butt. You will find alot of typos and misheard words.. I can't say that I see much with coping and pasting with dragon, but I have seen it with EMR. Basically a template. It is acceptable to use but they need to be VERY careful that the info they pull in is accurate and patient specific and updated at each visit as necessary. If every note for every patient is identical with same hx, same exam verbiage, etc I would be very concerned. I would educate your providers on this and how to make sure they use it safely.
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