Salar TeamNotes is chosen by San Francisco General Hospital to reduce paper and improve clinical workflow.
San Francisco, CA & Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) August 03, 2015
San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center (SFGH) has adopted Salar Inc’s. flagship software TeamNotesTM to enhance clinical efficiency through advanced digital documentation.
TeamNotes will transition SFGH from paper documentation to enable immediate access to patient data and help physicians document with greater accuracy and communicate more effectively. With electronic documentation protocols in place, the hospital will be able to ensure comprehensive data capture at the point of care, better patient handoff and reduce transcription costs.
“We couldn’t be more excited to be partnering with one of the premier public hospitals in the world,” said Dan Schiller, President of Salar. “With more legible and comprehensive documentation, physicians and billers will be able to leverage clinical notes to provide better patient care and improve accuracy of charge capture.”
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. TeamNotes and TAP Charge Capture v7.0 is an ONC Certified 2014 Edition (see here http://www.salarinc.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Salar-Inc._Modular-Inpatient-Compliance-Certificate-2014-Edition-Rev-21Oct20141.pdf) compliant Meaningful Use EHR Module. Its web-based, mobile platform sits on top of any EMR 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. If you would like to schedule a demo of Salar's TeamNotes, please go to http://info.salarinc.com/salar-teamnotes