Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) May 17, 2010 –
Zodiac Transcription – the online leader in transcription, medical record management and EMR transcription – is pleased to announce a new service for medical professionals: Total EMR transcription services. This newer service will assist small, medium and large-sized medical entities by offering them the ability to convert dictated notes into digital format—resulting in cutting down their time on computer data entries by allowing physicians and providers to continue using conventional dictation options. The company will offer proven and cutting-edge software solutions that will streamline the EMR documentation process, but without compromising the confidentiality of patients’ records.
According to the Sr. Vice President of Zodiac, Vishal Mehta, the aim of this newer service will be to make physicians’ jobs that much easier.
“Our goal is to provide a hassle-free and easy-to-use solution to physicians across the country,” states Mehta. “Our solution will increase the acceptance level of the EMR platform within the medical community, and will provide the ability to physicians to be able to better focus their talents on providing improved patient care—while our team will handle the integration, document management and compliance jobs for them.”
To assess these newer technological demands in the ever-growing medical sector, the company has several well-laid plans, including integration with several leading EMR companies that should pass through all of the hurdles. Mehta has also noted that the company is currently in discussions with them (other leading EMR companies), and that this can ultimately lead to a partnering and sharing of technologies—so that it can be presented to existing clients and future prospects as a viable and affordable service.
In order to adequately offer such modernized and revolutionary services in the medical sector, Zodiac Transcription Service will be launching a special module on their website (http://www.ZodiacHealth.com) just for EMR Integrated Transcription services.
Mehta asserts that their newer technology will greatly reduce patients’ records clutter, and will cut down on additional time spent on taking each patients’ notes, due to click-and-select, or template-driven EMR systems; physicians will be able to focus on patient care, instead of focusing on data entry.
“This offering will empower physicians to leverage technology without spending too much time learning it—allowing for them to focus their primary care efforts on patients, as opposed to entering data into a computer,” Mehta explains.
The company plans to unveil their new website module and service at the end of May, 2010.
To learn more about this exciting new EMR Transcription technology, please visit Zodiac online at: http://www.ZodiacHealth.com.