Augusta Medical Transcription Joins Forces with InfraWare and Now Offers Voice Recognition Editing

AMT Transcription has affiliated with InfraWare to offer voice recognition editing and document management services. Along with transcription of medical dictation, AMT also offers integration into your existing EHR.

Online PR News – 14-April-2012 – Augusta, Georgia – AMT Transcription (AMT) is pleased to announce their affiliation with InfraWare, Co. This new affiliation adds many new technologies and increased capabilities to their medical transcription service.

AMT is a mid-sized medical transcription service organization (MTSO) with 19 years experience in acute care, hospital departments, clinics, and physician group transcription. InfraWare brings to the table a document management system, easy to use with many add-ons such as electronic signature and First Draft 2011 voice recognition.

In today's economy, cost has become the driving factor for medical transcription. Medical transcription services are vying for a way to offer a document management system that will interface with a client's EHR and have all of the capabilities that are required in this environment. AMT Transcription is committed to cutting costs for clients by using the latest technology along with additional value added services used by quality transcriptionists and editors. “Quality transcriptionists don’t want to spend time on systems that are slow or difficult to use. Physicians, for instance, can’t spend time trying to navigate to their electronic signature reports. AMT found that InfraWare was the answer to both kinds of user.” AMT QA Director

AMT has always provided high quality, fast turnaround medical transcription but has now added InfraWare’s back end medical transcription voice recognition system, First Draft 2011, lowering operating costs thereby lowering line rates to their clients.

There are two forms of voice recognition: front end and back end. Front end voice recognition requires a great deal of time and effort from the dictator because editing is done as it is dictated. Back end voice recognition happens behind the scenes and is edited after the report is dictated. As long as the editing is done by qualified medical transcription professionals, voice recognition is another tool to keep costs down while retaining quality and fast turnaround. It is not cost-effective for a physician’s time to be used performing clerical duties. To maximize profit in a medical office, one must maximize use of a physician’s time seeing patients.

AMT Transcription, using InfraWare’s technology, will pair quality medical transcription and voice recognition editing to insure that reports will be ready for reimbursement, seamless EHR interface, and/or referring physicians.

AMT Transcription looks forward to meeting the challenges of this new medical transcription service dynamic. With AMT Transcription and InfraWare together, a path to a brighter future lies ahead.