Which of the following problems occur in your practice?
are not as complete and comprehensive as they should be
Have to stay
late or work weekends to complete medical records and correspondence
call back because they can't remember what you told them in the office
to inquire about ICD-9-CM codes and CPT codes for their insurance company
doesn't have the information necessary to answer the patient's questions
Delays in office
notes, physical exam reports, patient and referring doctor correspondence
spelling and interpretation
equipment or lost dictation
finding and keeping good transcriptionists
loses your operative reports - not once but many times
upon keeping records current because of their cash flow problems
is not complete enough to provide protection against legal challenge
providing patients with understandable reports in non-technical terms
that help you communicate and provide legal protection
the necessary information to schedule surgeries
spent calling patients and insurance companies to communicate necessary
coding for surgical procedures
If you have any of the problems mentioned above in your office, you could
improve your practice by systematically and efficiently collecting and
storing patient data regarding histories, exams, x-rays, surgeries and
follow-ups. You could use this data to provide comprehensive personalized
correspondence with patients and referring physicians, increase protection
against malpractice, and accomplish research. Read on to find out how
a data collection system could make all this possible without dictation.
Did you realize?
The vast majority
of dictation for a topic can be organized in advance.
effect your cash flow since operative reports must accompany many commercial
health care environment you need more information and treatment documentation
to guard against malpractice litigation.
results in more comprehensive and organized record keeping.
systematic notes and exams provide the data to support the appropriateness
of surgery and are excellent protection against legal challenge.
data collection results in an increased number of scheduled surgeries.
Is there a way to solve these problems, eliminate the detrimental
effects they cause, and improve your practice?
Yes - with