Scribe Partners with Azalea Health EHR to Automate and Improve Healthcare Documentation

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Adopting EHR use presents a number of financial and operational hurdles for physician practices. Scribe Healthcare Technologies, Inc. (http://www.scribe.com) has partnered with Azalea Health (http://www.azaleahealth.com) to remove patient documentation obstacles so Azalea clients can embrace EHR use more effortlessly.

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“Fusing Scribe’s Real Time Dictation with Azalea Health’s reliable EHR technology saves physicians time and adds significant mobility,” said John Weiss, Vice President for Scribe

Adopting EHR use presents a number of financial and operational hurdles for physician practices. Scribe Healthcare Technologies, Inc. has partnered with Azalea Health to remove patient documentation obstacles so Azalea clients can embrace EHR use more effortlessly.

Practices using Azalea Health now have full access to Scribe’s Real Time Dictation, a speech-to-text dictation solution, within the EHR. Providers use Scribe’s Real Time Dictation to dictate patient encounters, navigate through records and simplify data entry through advanced, voice-recognition technology. Physician productivity is significantly increased through speech commands, navigation capabilities and prompt chart population. Scribe’s powerful Real Time Dictation solution complements Azalea Health’s highly-integrated system delivering faster documentation and more functionality for its healthcare users.

Both Scribe and Azalea Health are leading technology companies with established cloud-based solutions that easily adapt to a practice’s workflow. Scribe’s Real Time Dictation is an added tool Azalea Health now provides for quicker chart population.

“Fusing Scribe’s Real Time Dictation with Azalea Health’s reliable EHR technology saves physicians time and adds significant mobility,” said John Weiss, Vice President for Scribe. “Physicians realize greater time savings and productivity by instantly converting speech to text in the EHR anywhere there’s an Internet connection.”

Both companies work closely with their clients to design streamlined workflows and better quality healthcare documentation. This collaboration combines best practices and high levels of service yielding several new charting features and automation. A patient’s records and care plan are accessible quickly and comprehensively without costly systems and complicated data capture. By partnering with Scribe, Azalea Health offers its users many more documentation efficiencies and a cost-effective EHR experience.

About Scribe Healthcare Technologies, Inc.
Scribe Healthcare Technologies is a privately-held, healthcare technology company based in the Chicago, IL area. The company has developed a proprietary “Cloud-based” platform that centers on medical documentation solutions to deliver physician narrated content to the electronic medical record. Scribe’s platform includes complete solutions for dictation, transcription, voice recognition, document management, clinical documentation improvement, and reporting with data analytics. Scribe offerings include both computer and mobile solutions. Scribe serves more than 50,000 users. Business partners and resellers include consulting firms, transcription companies, EHR providers, and business process outsourcers. Additional information is available at http://www.scribe.com.

About Azalea Health
Azalea Health is a leading provider of cloud-based healthcare solutions and services. The complete Azalea solution provides Electronic Health Records (EHR) with integrated telehealth functionality, Practice Management (PM) and Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) billing services, as well as a Patient Health Records Portal, a mobile mHealth application and pre-cert services. With a focus on patient engagement, Azalea’s integrated solution has the flexibility to accommodate multiple specialties of any size practice, and can immediately improve workflow as well as revenue flow. The Azalea solution also provides tools and resources to help customers meet their Meaningful Use and ICD-10 requirements. For more information, visit http://www.AzaleaHealth.com or call (877) 777-7686.

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