We have the capability to interface with EMR/EHR, HIS or RIS and bring all your transcribed documents into the these systems efficiently with greater speed and accuracy. Our technology team will work with your IT team to customize an interface for your EMR/EHR based on your needs. If you want us to keep your transcribed documents in any folder assigned on your computer remotely, we can do that too using securing connection.
Our technology team has developed a product called 'TEMPLIGENT', which fills in header information of transcription template or documents out of the healthcare provider schedule available in Practice Management Software or EMR/EHR. The header format of the transcription document depends upon the EMR, but normally following is the header that should be used for each document that is transcribed and imported into EMR.
This software fills in header information to a transcription template or document out of the healthcare provider schedule available in Practice Management Software or EMR/EHR; hence decreases the CHANCE OF ERROR TO ZERO PERCENT for header information.
The header format of the transcription document depends upon the EMR, but normally following is the header that is used for each document that is transcribed and imported into EMR.
<Med Record #>
Example: Below is the dummy information for a patient in an excel sheet (either provided by the provider or copied/transferred to an excel sheet).
|Med Record#||Patient Name||Encounter Type||Author||Birth Date||Event Date|
|58476||Peter||C.||John||Progress Note||David Michael, M.D||04/22/1925||06/13/2013|
Bring your schedule over Templigent and run it, resultantly, you will get a filled in header as shown below.
<Peter C. John>
<David Michael, M.D.>
<Peter C. John>
Encounter type, i.e. Progress Note, Consultation, etc. and its corresponding template can also be loaded along with respective provider's credentials and transcriptionist's initials, as show below.
REASON FOR FOLLOWUP
Dear Dr. ___:
Today I had the pleasure of seeing.
Home medications include.
REVIEW OF SYSTEMS
No headache or blurring of vision. No nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea. No chest pain, no worsening of shortness of breath. No dysuria, urgency, or frequency. No fever, no vomiting. No weight gain. No weight loss. All other 14 systems reviewed, negative.
GENERAL: A pleasant ____, not in acute distress.
VITALS: Temperature , pulse , blood pressure , and BMI.
HEENT: Atraumatic and normocephalic.
NECK: No JVD.
HEART: S1, S2, regular rate and rhythm, displaced apex beat.
LUNGS: Bilaterally clear to auscultation.
ABDOMEN: Soft. Positive bowel sounds.
EXTREMITIES: No pedal edema in both lower extremities.
JOINTS: No deformities.
NAILS: No clubbing.
CNS: Awake, alert, and oriented x 3.
SKIN: No rash.
MUSCULOSKELETAL: No costovertebral angle tenderness.
From _____: UA, specific gravity , pH , moderate protein . Serum uric acid, random urine protein, random urine creatinine . Serum glucose, BUN , creatinine , GFR , sodium potassium , chloride, CO2 anion gap , albumin . ALT, AST. WBC , hemoglobin , hematocrit , platelet count . ANCA serology, myeloperoxidase antibodies less than , anti-protein S3 antibodies , magnesium .
Thank you very much for allowing me to participate in the care of this patient. We will keep you posted.