Software To Systems has developed a way for physicians to continue dictating the patient visit while creating discrete meaningful use patient records
Online PR News – 22-November-2012 – Fairfield, Ohio – Vicki Humphreys, Software To Systems, Inc.
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For Immediate Release (November, 2012)
Discrete Patient Data Captured for EMR
Cincinnati Ohio (2012) –Software To Systems has developed a way for physicians to continue dictating the patient visit while creating discrete meaningful use patient records. This technology speeds up every element of the patient visit.
Studies reveal that template based charting could distract from important cognitive workflow for providing care, thus limiting thoughtful review and analysis. Discrete Reportable Transcription allows practices to create clinical data without giving up “narrative dictation”. To add to this technology the patient uses “e-patient clipboard” to capture intake forms (histories), medications and allergies, keeping the workflow moving at a stellar pace, resulting in an integrated electronic record.
Discrete Reportable Transcription referred to as “single note synchronization”, synchronizes data across patient charts. Software To Systems has captured this process to output discrete elements of data using tablets, pc or laptop.
STS has taken a “phased in” approach and is successfully implementing EMR for its clients. The result…. improved documentation quality and increased productivity.
Software To Systems, Inc. established in 1989, began transitioning small medical practices and individual physicians from the manual “pegboard” office system to computerized practice management systems. Today STS offers technologically advanced products and services encompassing outsourcing of accounts receivable, medical billing, in-house practice management, electronic medical records, laboratory interfaces, HL7 compatible interfaces, data conversions, implementation strategies, onsite training, and support. The company purpose is to successfully transition doctors to a paperless system integrating patient billing with the personal direction that have always been part of the process. For more information visit: http://www.software2sys.com/videos/request_epatvideo.html