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Spend more time with patients and less time on documentation

Studies show that some physicians are spending more than 40% of their time on patient notes, leading many providers to feel like they’re spending less time with patients and more time with patient documentation.

Several alternatives try and address this issue, from creating templates that enable a clinician to easily document common problems, to hiring scribes to handle data entry while the physician is examining the patient. Each method has its advantages and offers some benefits, but Allscripts Developer Program partner NoteSwift offers an alternative solution that uses voice direction to help providers move quickly through the patient chart and document or place orders with speed and accuracy.

Developed by a neurologist who felt the pain and tedium of patient documentation in his own practice, NoteSwift enhances productivity for providers in every specialty so they can see more patients and get home earlier.

When you speak with NoteSwift, the electronic health record (EHR) listens

Tightly integrated with Allscripts Professional EHR™ and Allscripts TouchWorks® EHR, NoteSwift improves documentation processes with speech recognition. For example, the clinician can move easily through the patient chart using voice commands and document a problem to support billing codes. When entering a prescription, the clinician just says the drug name, strength, quantity and refills. In less than five seconds and without a single click, the e-prescription is complete.

To learn more about NoteSwift’s workflow, watch this one-minute video:

 

To learn more about NoteSwift, register for these upcoming webinars:

  • NoteSwift for TouchWorks EHR: Tuesday, November 17 at noon Eastern time Register
  • NoteSwift for Professional EHR: Thursday, November 19 at noon Eastern time Register
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