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ICE (Intelligent Content Entry)

ICE is our premium EMR risk reduction option: EMR Workforce leverages their ICE™ process (Intelligent Content Entry) to translate the paper notes and voice and remotely scribe it into the EMR available for access by the office.

Typing into an electronic health records can slow the clinician down to see less patients and cost to hire, train and retain staff costs dearly.  The only way out is to dictate patient encounters and fax us the information to punch into your EMR. Additional perks like transcription and billing come as a part of such service. It is called EMR workforce.

Revenue = Income – Expenses, We learn your EMR so you don’t have to. It is simple law of competitive advantage where you can see more patients, better. Patient care is not meant to turn your practice into an IT nightmare. Simplifying healthcare IT is easier said than done. That’s why we build an out of the box, long run strategic thinking, that can be applied to day-to-day operations and results. After 5 years of being in transcription business, we are also experts in entering dictations into GE Centricity CPS, an industry's heavyweight EMR. Therefore, tailoring a solution for you will be a breeze. EMR workforce is the future to operate an EMR. We welcome you to come aboard and call us to discuss the solution.

  • Avoid hidden intangible cost to operate an EMR
  • See more patients by avoiding data entry, thus gain more revenue
  • Free up you staff for patient care
  • Avoid staff training fees
  • For a physician seeing more than 100 patients per week. The in-house cost of dedicated EMR staff is at least $38,000 per year. Where as we can do it for half that cost with yearly savings of 50%.
  • Overseen by HIPAA certified privacy professionals

Real paper less scenario EMR Workforce workflow Scenario:

  1. Patient calls to make an appointment and receptionist enters the information in the EMR scheduling system
  2. Patients walks into the practice and fills out the forms for the receptionist to enter
  3. Receptionist enters the forms into the EMR
  4. Patient is taken into an examination room, where the nurse enters the vitals on a paper
  5. then scans or faxes the paper to us in order to enter that into the EMR encounter for that patient
  6. Patient is seen by the doctor, who dictates the entire HPI, ROS, lab orders, prescription and notes, using his dictation device and dictation sequence document
  7. We remotely connect and enter the entire dictation details into the EMR and attach the voice file with encounter for historical lookup
  8. The entire information is available to be reviewed or seen by the clinician without typing anything into the computer

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