Outsource Thoracic and Cardiovascular Transcription for the Best Results

Thoracic and cardiovascular surgeons perform high risk operations involving the heart, lungs, chest walls, and other organs in the chest cavity. Thoracic and cardiovascular practice is also undergoing changes with the advances in technology including new forms of medical treatment, operative and imaging procedures, and electronic health record systems.

Outsource Thoracic and Cardiovascular TranscriptionAs other specialist physicians, they too need to need to transcribe dictation and maintain accurate documentation of patient encounters and other important events. The best option for these highly specialized professionals is to outsource their documentation tasks to a reliable medical transcription company. This will save time and money and ensure carefully transcribed notes and records in time to meet their needs.

Thoracic and cardiovascular surgery transcription service is available for surgery reports, patient’s health information, history and physical reports, examination reports, laboratory reports, treatment procedural notes, discharge summaries, insurance related correspondence and much more. In-house transcription would require additional investment in space, infrastructure and human resources, besides supervision of the transcription process to ensure timeliness and efficiency. Outsourcing can resolve all these issues.

An established medical transcription company can offer many benefits: secure and convenient modes of dictation and file transfer, up to 99% accuracy with stringent quality checks, speedy delivery in custom turnaround time, interface with EHR/EMR, and more. Choosing a service provider that offers a free trial is highly advisable as this offers the opportunity to evaluate service quality before signing up.

Julie Clements

About Julie Clements

Joined the MOS team in March of 2008. Julie Clements has background in the healthcare staffing arena; as well as 6 years as Director of Sales and Marketing at a 4 star resort. Julie was instrumental in the creation of the medical record review division (and new web site); and has especially grown this division along with data conversion of all kinds.