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Medical Transcription: How Does It Save Time For Your Practitioners? - Articles Surfing
In every hospital setting, accurate records must be kept by every department for every patient. Specialists - orthopedic surgeons, oncologists - must create accurate records by documenting all that they have done for a patient so that the general practitioners and nursing staff are able to provide quality care to the patients on their floors. The nursing staff and general practitioners need to be able to create an accurate record of what they do so that the administrative and billing departments are able to create accurate bills for services rendered.
Medical transcription is the basic process that takes these details and turns them into a written record; after all, using a voice recorder and speaking notes typically takes less time for the attending physician - whether a specialist, a general practitioner or an emergency room physician - than writing out his or her notes would take. However, in order for the information to be usable for everyone who needs it, recorded dictation is simply not adequate or functional. Someone needs to take the time to listen to the dictation and transcribe it into written text that can then be stored either in printed files or as electronic data.
What many hospitals have discovered is that outsourced medical transcription - sending the files to a transcription company for processing - is often the most efficient and cost-effective solution for their medical transcription needs. After all, medical professionals are at their best when they are focusing on providing patient care; by placing the demand of creating typed notes on them, hospitals and medical centers are limiting the amount of time that they have for caring for patients, for diagnostics and for administering treatments.
Not all transcription companies offer the same benefit to practitioners, however. Those that use a voice recognition system, for example, require that each doctor become familiar with the system and speak in the same tone at the same pace throughout the dictation. If mistakes are made during the dictation, they can be difficult to correct. In order to provide the greatest benefit to practitioners , hospitals should look for a transcription company like Transdyne.
With Transdyne, practitioners will be able to use the same voice recorders that they have been using, digital voice recorders or even by phone: hospitals and medical centers, in this way, enable physicians and health care providers to record their notes in a way that is comfortable for them rather than a new system that must be learned. Within 4 hours to 24 hours of receiving the dictation, when Transdyne is your transcription company, you'll receive the text reports; it's as simple as that.
Working with Transdyne, therefore, not only provides the benefit of using dictation systems that providers are familiar with; the choice also enables your facility to have the reports quickly - far more quickly that they would be completed by an in-house transcription or transcription team.
As a result, outsourced medical transcription to Transdyne enables your facility to function more efficiently: each department will have ready access to the reports and information that they need when they need it.
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