Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Emdat Launches DaRT™ To Integrate EMRs With Their Transcription Platform

One of R+B Sten-Tel's technology partners, Emdat's has launched DaRT™ which is a solution allowing physicians to use EMRs without changing their workflow.  Also known as Discrete accurate Reportable Transcription, a solution that seamlessly integrates electronic medical records (EMRs) with Emdat’s web-based transcription platform.  DaRT is Emdat's version of DRT (Discrete Reportable Transcription).

Healthcare providers can populate EMRs more efficiently by using information entered by transcriptionists rather than physicians. This allows doctors to experience the benefits of electronic records without doing time-consuming data entry that can reduce their productivity and infringe on the time they spend with their patients.

With DaRT, physicians continue to dictate as usual. Discrete information in the resulting transcription is tagged and uploaded to the EMR. The tagged data – Chief Complaint, Medical History, Family History, etc – populates the fields of the EMR as if it were entered directly by the doctor, allowing medical personnel to conveniently parse and search patient records.

Emdat’s team of experienced interface specialists developed DaRT as a way to provide accurate, reliable transmission of data regardless of which EMR vendor a hospital or clinic uses. This new technology, along with Emdat’s Qualified Text™, which reduces the number of lines a transcriptionist has to type, increases the value brought to medical providers.

Call R+B Sten-Tel to learn more at 888-744-4479.


  1. nice blog
    EMR transcription This blog provides good information on medical transcription services. Computer-based technologies for Medical Transcription offer a number of practical advantages. Therefore Medical Transcription Service Providers keep specially trained transcribers to provide transcription services to a number of specialties.

  2. Thank you. With our free Iphone app for dictation and integration with EMRs clinicians are more efficient.