Get your evenings back! With the enormous push from large medical facilities to force physicians into voice recognition - the physicians are finding themselves spending more time on documenting as opposed to practicing medicine. Although VR does work for some individuals - it is not for everyone. Don't turn yourself into a REALLY expensive medical records operator - dictation really is the quickest way to get your evenings back and free up your schedule.

EMR/EHR salesman have told you - I know, "You won't need transcription anymore.." They were right - you are typing it now. Don't let this continue - we can immediately interface with your EMR/EHR system allowing you to dictate your notes and view them in your EMR.

 

  • Already interfacing with MANY EMR/EHR systems, Including: .
  • NextGen, CHCS, AHLTA, VHISTA, COPATH, Alton, CPRS, EPIC, Dolbey, Mosaiq and many more....
  • p.r.n. employs its own programming staff and networking experts that are able to build a custom solution to your needs.  We are able to retrieve patient demorgraphics from your EHR/EMR and place the completed document back into desired location in your EMR.
  • Can I replace my medical transcriptionist with an EMR?
  • Well…what is your time worth?

    Electronic Medical Records (EMR) cannot take the place of the Medical Transcriptionist (MT), however it might change the way the MT transcribes a physician’s dictation. FACT: The percentage of physicians that have successfully and satisfactorily transferred 100% to EMR with SR/VR (speech recognition and voice recognition) systems and stuck with them is very small!

    Quite simply, EMRs will simply open up additional avenues for the use of MT such as medical report review and editing.

    Some Physicians will change over to an EMR system completely (a low percentage), however most physicians will still need MTs because it will take too much time to dictate, transcribe, review and edit the document created by the EMR / SRT system. Current reviews show that most physicians get frustrated with the SRT and will use MTs to transcribe the reports and then upload the reports into the EMR system. It is most cost effective.
  • 11 Reasons Why EMRs Should Not Replace Medical Transcription     Although it was originally believed by some that the implementation of Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) was going to eliminate the need for medical transcription services, many healthcare organizations are finding more..
  • Medical Transcription in the Era of Electronic Medical Records EMR has revolutionized the healthcare industry in recent times. Many experts felt that EMR & Voice Recognition would totally replace Medical Transcription - however; the industry soon realized that transcription has certain advantages over point & click charting......  more..
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Can I replace my medical transcriptionist with an EMR? Well...what is your time worth?
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) cannot take the place of the Medical Transcriptionist (MT), however it might change the way the MT transcribes a physician’s dictation. FACT: The percentage of physicians that have successfully and satisfactorily transferred 100% to EMR with SR/VR (speech recognition and voice recognition) systems and stuck with them is very small!

Quite simply, EMRs will simply open up additional avenues for the use of MT such as medical report review and editing.

Some Physicians will change over to an EMR system completely (a low percentage), however most physicians will still need MTs because it will take too much time to dictate, transcribe, review and edit the document created by the EMR / SRT system. Current reviews show that most physicians get frustrated with the SRT and will use MTs to transcribe the reports and then upload the reports into the EMR system. It is most cost effective.