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To install Tali Chrome extension, follow the link provided on the top of this page to the Google Extension Store. Click on Add to chrome button, and click Add extension on the prompt. Tali then will be downloaded and installed automatically.
Once Tali is installed, a widget with a login button will appear in the right hand of your screen. If you don't see the widget simply refresh the page.
Click Log into Tali on the widget and you’ll be able to create an account with your email, Google or Apple account. If you already have a Tali account, proceeding with any of these will just log you into your account.
Tali is a voice-enabled virtual assistant, so it requires microphone access to be able to work. The first time you try to use Tali on a new website, you will have to grant microphone access.
Select any text area within a webpage (like the patient's E-chart on your EHR). Once the text area has been selected, the microphone icon in the widget will turn green. Click the green microphone and see a popup appear in the upper left corner of the browser. Click Allow to grant the extension permission to access your microphone.
You can change this permission by clickin on the lock icon located to the left of a webpage's url in Chrome's address bar.
Congrats! Start using saving time and effort by using Tali in your practice. With Tali, physicians are saving up to three hours a week on documentation, day to day navigation of their EHR, and their access to evidence-based medical information.
It is free to start, and you can get unlimited access with a premium subscription.
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