Not all microphones are created equal and therefore not all fit in well with your practice. The most common type of microphone is a USB headset. Doctors usually prefer to buy microphones that comes intact with headsets. Some physicians find headsets a bit annoying to wear; considering they could mess up your hair, and if you wear glasses, headsets pushes them against your head.
Each doctor will have different needs and it is important, that you consider all factors carefully before investing in an expensive microphone. A little improvement in your voice dictation can elevate productivity in medical field to a larger extent.
VoiceboxMD is an affordable alternative to Dragon naturally speaking, and the rule of thumb is if it works on Dragon then it works on VoiceboxMD.
There are hundreds of microphones that you can use for speech recognition. Almost can be categorized under the four microphones shown in above image. It is on you to do your due diligence and buy a microphone that fits your work.
There are lot of concerns from the users on adopting wireless technology for speech recognition. The intuition that wireless microphones does not perform to the level of wired microphone is false. Wireless technology has certainly advanced, and a high-quality wireless performs equally as well as wired.