Using an EHR to manage your patient records is a smart decision that thousands of medical practices in the US make every year. EHRs are used to document and share patient records (the digital version of a patient's information) with the goal of improving overall patient care.
According to a 2019 survey conducted by the AMA, close to 96% of non-federal acute care hospitals and 78% of office-based physicians have adopted a certified HIPAA-compliant medical health record platform - with specialty practices coming in at a higher level based on the complexity of the practice. Secure and HIPAA-compliant health information exchanges allow a patient’s health care providers to securely share the patient data electronically to support patient care across the country.
But not all medical practices are using the EHR as efficiently or productively as possible, and that’s where we come in. Our team of certified Solution Specialists focuses on ways to get more from your chosen EHR by documenting more efficiently. We work with thousands of physicians across the country to help them implement a speech recognition solution into just the right place in their clinical workflow, which in turn, helps them become more productive when documenting.
Our recommended solution, Nuance® Dragon® Medical One, not only hits the mark for being HIPAA-compliant but has been named the #1 Best in KLAS front end speech recognition solution for the last two years. Cloud-based Dragon Medical One is designed for speed, accuracy, and mobility, allowing for timely completion of patient narratives in your chosen EHR. Dragon Medical One has earned praise from clinicians as the top conversational AI speech recognition solution that is helping them deliver & document better patient care.
When you add Dragon Medical One speech recognition into the right place in your clinical workflow, you can increase your overall EHR productivity in several ways:
➔ Saves up to 2 hours of documenting - by using your voice to speak rather than traditional typing when using your EHR to document visits
◆ Most physicians surveyed say they find EHRs cumbersome and time-consuming and that typing takes up a majority of their office time
➔ Custom commands - can be created within your Dragon Medical single-voice profile to help you be more productive when documenting patient encounters
◆ With just a few voice commands, you can create custom templates and shortcuts when documenting right in the office at the point of care
➔ Higher patient engagement - by using your voice to document you will be able to spend more quality time treating your patients
◆ Dragon Medical uses AI (artificial intelligence) to learn how you speak, helping your patient notes to be more rich and accurate with every use
➔ Smartphone intelligent - to use your smartphone as a microphone just download the mobile app, open up your profile and start documenting in seconds
◆ Using your own voice with an AI powered speech recognition solution helps distinguish a word meaning from multiple possibilities for a more accurate narrative
➔ Be productive anywhere - when you are using a cloud-based solution you can document into your EHR right at the point of care, at your desktop, laptop or even smartphone for more ways to be productive when using your chosen system
Clinicians using Dragon Medical One speech recognition software in the cloud say they can produce documentation up to 45% faster and capture up to 20% more relevant content - saving them an overall average of 2 hours per day. That’s a weekly savings of 10 hours, giving you more time for patients, for self-care, and family time.
Learn more ways to be productive with Dragon Medical One when you schedule a call with one of our Specialists. Be sure to ask about our 7-day FREE Trial!
firstname.lastname@example.org | 866-977-3324 | 877-272-8280
Want to stay up to date with the latest news and special offers from 1st-Dragon/CME?
#DragonMedical #DragonMedicalOne #ClinicalWorkflow #SpeechRecognition #Dictation #Healthcaremanagers #Evidencebasedoutcomes #outcomesmeasurements #EHRusers #EMR #PatientNotes #PatientDocumentation #patientengagement #betterpatientdocumentation #conversationalAI #artificialintelligence #HIPAASecurity