To the best of my knowledge you don't have to dictate anything, ever. It can all be handwritten.
The only rule I am aware of that is similar to this is actually the exact opposite. It states you must have certain things on the charts within certain time frames and if the note or report is pending transcription you need to put a written note in the chart until the transcribed note is in place. Good example is the op note.
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