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  • Top 5 reasons to speech-enable clinical documentation

    The following white paper outlines why the healthcare industry needs to reconsider their current document and records management process. Also included are the top 5 reasons how speech-enabled clinical documentation can drastically help with clinical satisfaction, HER adoption, data quality, and financial performance.

  • Speech Recognition Allows for Better Patient Care

    This expert guide from SearchHealthITExchange.com examines the advantages of speech recognition and how it can aid the patients. Read on to find out more.

  • See What CDI Success Looks Like

    This informative white paper provides a documentation management solution that helps bridge the clinical and coding gap by offering peer-to-peer instruction for your physicians, nurses, coders, and administrators.

  • Speech Enable the EHR

    This resource highlights a speech recognition solution that improves physician experience with electronic health records, saving them 20 minutes or more of documentation time per day.

  • Getting Physicians Up to Speed With ICD-10

    This useful resource presents a solution that will help ease the stress of the big ICD-10 transition on October 1, 2014. Read on to discover an innovative ICD-10 educational program that will enable physicians to get up to speed quickly.

  • How to Conduct a Thorough CAC Readiness Assessment

    This informative white paper identifies the critical success factors for positioning computer-assisted coding (CAC) in your organization.

  • A Clinically-Driven Approach to ICD-10

    This white paper highlights a voice recognition solution that enables physicians to describe their diagnoses more accurately and enhance the collaborative relationship between themselves, documentation specialists, other clinical staff and HIM pros.

  • Speech Recognition for EHR Meaningful Use

    This brief video shows how one medical organization was able to utilize a solution that blends point-and-click together with a review of systems, physical exams, reason for visit, and more to get the most out of their electronic health records.

  • Accurate Clinical Documentation Meets Financial Integrity

    This webcast explores a set of solutions that increase physician efficiency alongside the needs for digital documentation and quality care.

  • A Clinically-Driven Approach to ICD-10

    This resource explores a web-based platform solution that can help healthcare facilities transition to meet the ICD-10 rollout in October, 2015.

  • Automatically Dictate Progress Notes Directly into the EHR

    This white paper features a solution that allows clinicians to dictate their progress notes, which are later sent to the EHR, to eliminate incomprehensive and inaccuracies from handwritten notes.

  • Clinical Documentation: Emerging Market Trends and IT Best Practices

    In this resource, David E. Williams, President of Health Business Group and Rebecca Kaul, President of the UPMC Technology Development Center contribute their insights on the most recent trends in clinical documentation and offer 6 industry-leading tips on how to deploy an efficient and effective system.

  • Clinical Documentation: Emerging Market Trends and IT Best Practices Podcast

    Download this podcast to hear from David E. Williams, President of Health Business Group and Rebecca Kaul, President of the UPMC Technology Development Center who discuss the latest trends in clinical documentation practices and some challenges that come with it. Click now as they unveil 6 key guidelines for successful implementation.

  • Clinical Documentation: Driving Performance in the New World of Healthcare

    This resource asks some important questions regarding healthcare operations, and examines key tactics that can help you take the pain out of the documentation process and find healthcare success.

  • Setting up a document imaging system

    Document imaging today requires more than traditional scanning physical, paper documents. The emergence of smartphones and tablets has changed the face of an effective document imaging strategy and system. Read this e-guide to learn how to ensure your document imaging strategy is sustainable, what features are vital to an effective system.

  • Managing Paper Patient Records In a Clinical Practice

    Read this study conducted by Nuance Communications to better understand the bottlenecks and issues that arise from using paper documents in the health care field and how electronic document management can greatly eliminate these issues.

  • E-Book: The New Best Practices for Document Imaging, OCR, and Scanning

    Successful document management begins with efficient and well-managed document imaging, scanning and capture processes. This eBook examines the latest trends in document imaging and scanning, as well as optical character recognition (OCR), and provides expert advice on best practices in those areas.

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