Thursday, June 17, 2010

Transcription Workflow Demo - Register Today

R+B Sten-Tel delivers clinical documentation to clients by utilizing advanced technology which enables significant efficiencies for today's medical practice. Our online web-based dictation-transcription technology gives healthcare providers of all sizes and specialties - from small, single specialty practices to large, multi-specialty practices and hospitals the ability to:

-Cut overall transcription costs by utilizing templates or "normals"
-Go "paperless" with electronic signature and easy online editing
-Workflow improvements with auto faxing and printing
-Mobile device capabilities: use your smart phone to dictate, access patient schedules and reports, plus an iPhone App is coming soon
-Online access for referring physicians and other parties with proxy
-EMR Integration at no charge
-Meet Meaningful Use requirements
-Speech Recognition Technology

Join us on July 21 at 2 pm EDT for a demo of our dictation-transcription platform and learn how you can start saving today.  Sign up now.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Goals on Computerized Records are Unrealistic

Doctors and hospitals from the Mayo Clinic to Partner's HealthCare System say the goals set by the Obama administration on computerized medical records are unrealistic and unattainable.  Read the full story at the New York Times.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

EHR Products Lack Usability Standards

James Bell Associates and The Altarum Institute developed a report on behalf of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services which found gaps in how EHR products are developed with respect to usability related to healthcare.

The report found that "current best practices and standards of design, testing, and monitoring EHR product(s), particularly for usability, are varied and not well disseminated."   As a result, EHR products must be adjusted to meet health care-specific needs and usability must be a key component.  Read the full report.