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MyTranscripts

Dictation Revolutionised with Blackberry and iPhone app and option to integrate into your EMRs

Now you can dictate with our mobile app on iPhones and Blackberry. Our low rates can reduce your billable line count by almost 25%. Low rates are provided by leveraging our voice recognition technology and document template management system. 

Now there is an affordable way:
With free online storage and document management.

Physicians can also dictate using their current iPhones and Blackberry smart phones.

Sign up to get free Apple ipod Touch.
If you currently do not use a blackberry or iPhone we will provide you with a free ipod Touch to dictate, retrieve and sign off on your dictations.

Access Anywhere: You can access your transcription files effortlessly, anywhere anytime where there is internet access.

Paperless Workflow: Now you can attach lab results with transcribed patient profile, email transcription note to referring physicians and manage documents within folders.

Security and Business Continuity: The entire process is HIPAA compliant and encrypted. The documents are stored and backed up online so you don’t have to worry about losing data.

Hospital dictations provided through VPN and HL7 standards.

MyTranscripts is trademark service of EMR Workforce, an authorized reseller GE Centricity CPS.

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