Our involvement in over 250 EHR go-lives and post go-lives nationwide shows us that few organizations are executing the EHR-implementation cost-effectively, and we want to change that.
Aventura, FL (PRWEB) March 12, 2014
The best-kept secret in health information technology today is that ScribeAmerica performs the soft-implementation of virtually every Electronic Health Record (EHR) product on the market. Over the last decade, ScribeAmerica developed a best practices technique and is now ready to market it with new clients looking to offset the cost associated with the practical aspects of EHR implementations and the accompanying costly decreases in productivity.
Cash flow disruptions, physician productivity losses, and increased patient waiting times are commonplace during EHR implementation known as the "Go-Live." This road is fraught with cost as hospitals contract high-priced consultants or “super users” and reassign doctors and nurses to teams tasked with creating thousands of medical record charting templates, pre-written texts, order sets, and other essential efficiency tools. Hospitals continue to use their most expensive labor, in this case physicians and nurses, to perform these mostly clerical duties.
“Our involvement in over 250 EHR go-lives and post go-lives nationwide shows us that few organizations are executing the EHR-implementation cost-effectively, and we want to change that,” Dr. Michael Murphy states.
Facilities will benefit from the experience of a national industry leader versed in providing the practical EHR content they need at an effective cost point. ScribeAmerica draws on the experience of its 3,700 employees and its commitment to see the entire go-live become a success in offering this winning combination.
ScribeAmerica employs thousands of medical scribes across 40 states and is the nation's most widely recognized professional medical scribe education, training, and management company. ScribeAmerica is the preferred vendor for over 365 practice locations and documented on over 13 million patient visits in 2013 alone.