TeamHealth’s needs are a perfect match for the new web-based TeamNotes documentation platform
Knoxville, TN & Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) November 19, 2014
TeamHealth Holdings, Inc., one of the nation’s largest providers of outsourced physician staffing solutions for hospitals and Salar, Inc. (http://www.salarinc.com), a provider of clinical documentation, charge capture and CDI workflow solutions, today announced a successful go-live of Salar’s TeamNotes™ to facilitate documentation and charge capture capabilities. Salar’s web-based TeamNotes application is made accessible to remote staff to service locations that would normally have to capture their documentation on paper.
“TeamHealth’s needs are a perfect match for the new web-based TeamNotes documentation platform“ said Dan Schiller, President of Salar. “Accessible from anywhere, TeamHealth customers won’t need a large, sophisticated infrastructure to enable highly accessible and effective documentation capture.“
TeamHealth (Knoxville, Tenn.) is one of the largest providers of outsourced physician staffing solutions for hospitals in the United States. Through its 21 regional locations and multiple service lines, TeamHealth’s approximately 11,000 affiliated healthcare professionals provide emergency medicine, hospital medicine, anesthesia, urgent care, and pediatric staffing and management services to approximately 980 civilian and military hospitals, clinics, and physician groups in 47 states. TeamHealth was recently named one of “America’s 100 Most Trustworthy Companies” for 2014 by Forbes magazine. The term “TeamHealth” as used throughout this release includes Team Health, Inc., and all of its related entities, divisions, subsidiaries and affiliated physicians and physician groups. For more information about TeamHealth, visit http://www.teamhealth.com.
Salar, Inc. is a leading provider of clinical documentation, charge capture and CDI workflow solutions for hospitals and inpatient healthcare facilities preparing for the ICD-10 transition. Its cloud-hosted, mobile platform sits on top of legacy EMRs and makes it possible for medical specialties to customize their own note templates and capture structured clinical data for quality reporting. Documentation, charge capture and coding become more accurate and the revenue cycle is optimized when clinicians are given CDI tools and information upfront at the point of documentation. For more information, please visit: http://www.salarinc.com.