BayScribe Announces Partnership With SOAP Transcription

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Partnership provides advanced Clinical Documentation Solutions to Hospitals and Clinics

BayScribe announced the successful deployment of the BayScribe Clinical Documentation System (CDS) with SOAP Transcription in Wayland, MI to service Hospitals and clinics with superior clinical documentation tools, including creating Structured Data for Meaningful Use.

SOAP Transcription is a leading U.S. medical transcription services provider and BayScribe, the industry’s first comprehensive Clinical Documentation Solution that includes generating Structured Data. Through the partnership, SOAP customers receive state-of-the-art dictation technology, more flexible physician documentation capture options and an easy migration path to EHR-based template reporting. Furthermore, by implementing the BayScribe platform SOAP customers reduce system costs and virtually eliminate the need for technology support for dictation devices. The announcement was made by Mary Ann LeBoeuf, Vice President of SOAP.

“We are committed to finding and deploying technology tools that make it easier for our customers to support their physicians while also moving forward into EHR environments,” mentions LeBoeuf. The BayScribe platform offers mobility, efficiency and a practical bridge to EHR adoption including the ability for physicians to dictate on mobile devices and utilize digital ink pens at the point-of-care. Physician feedback regarding the use of iPhones in conjunction with the BayScribe platform has been outstanding.

“Physicians don’t transition from dictating and writing everything for decades to typing, pointing and clicking in the EHR, as evidenced by the EHR adoption rates,” mentions Steven Bonney, Vice President of Business Development & Strategy for BayScribe. Instead, moving physicians into template-based documentation should be a slow, well-planned migration process focused on the physician’s experience and natural workflow.

SOAP agrees and works closely with clients to eliminate EHR adoption obstacles and enable physician documentation practices to include traditional dictation and transcription and handwriting without sacrificing the Structured Data required for Meaningful Use and Collaborative Care.

About BayScribe:
Established in 1999, BayScribe provides Clinical Documentation Solutions – Dictation, Digital Ink, Speech Recognition, Transcription, Structured/Encoded Data extraction & Document Distribution – for anywhere, anytime access of Clinical Reports with unparalleled performance and reliability. Every month, more than one hundred thousand clinicians in over 400 healthcare facilities rely on the BayScribe platform. BayScribe recently entered into a partnership with Verizon to deliver the entire Structured Data product suite.

For more information visit the company website at: http://www.BayScribe.com. BayScribe, Inc. | 10800 Sikes Place, Suite 300 | Charlotte, NC 28277 T: 704-847-0501 – info(at)BayScribe(dot)com .

About SOAP Transcription:
SOAP has over 22 years of medical documentation experience and is known for quality, flexibility, tailored Turnaround Times (TATs), and cost-effective improvements in workflow for clinicians and non-clinicians alike through integration and custom offerings. SOAP’s effectiveness with clinical documentation has impacted quality of care, competitiveness, and revenue cycles. SOAP’s services enable: Meaningful Use; ICD-10 transitioning; Clinical Documentation Improvement; Case Management; and Coordination of Care while leveraging existing EMRs and processes. With expanding services to address and implement PACS integration, alert notifications throughout the continuum of care, and EMR systems, SOAP is positioned to help healthcare providers and payers regardless the size of their organization.

For more information, please contact Mary Ann LeBoeuf, VP, at SOAP Transcription Services, Inc., 888-792-6363 ext 101 – maryann(at)soaptranscription(dot)com.

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