Tag Archives: Healthcare

Some Challenges That Impact Patient Access to Healthcare

The Electronic Health Record (EHR) has completely changed the landscape of healthcare industry and the way physicians treat their patients. The new systems provide improved patient access to healthcare and allow patients and their families to take charge of their … Continue reading

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Study finds Healthcare Provider Burnout puts Patient Care and Safety at Risk

This is an update on the July 11, 2016 blog “Study links Physician Burnout to EHR Data Entry.” In July 2016, our medical transcription company had reported on a study led by Mayo Clinic that linked physician burnout to electronic … Continue reading

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Why Is a Medical Transcriptionist in High Demand?

If a youngster with basic college education would ask around for a career that would offer consistent growth, the answer would be medical transcriptionist (MT). Starting as an MT trainee, the candidate could move on to the positions of transcriptionist, … Continue reading

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The Versatility of Medical Transcription

The medical transcription industry owes much of its success to its versatility. The industry has adapted well to ever-evolving technologies and health care documentation policies. One of the primary reasons for the huge success of this health care domain is … Continue reading

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Challenges of Using Mobile Transcription Apps in Healthcare

Healthcare providers are relying on technology to speed up their clinical documentation process and thereby address the increasing healthcare demands. Mobile transcription apps are one such technological development. The advantages of using such apps are that Clinicians can use them … Continue reading

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Higher Cost for Behavioral Health Focus on Inpatient and ED

The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC) released the 2013 cost trends report this July, which revealed increased spending for patients having behavioral health conditions (mental disorders and substance use disorders) Continue reading

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Need for a Patient-centric Approach When Writing Pathology Reports

Patient-centered care (sharing the management of an illness between the patient and the doctor) in general is very important for effective healthcare as it will increase adherence to management protocols, reduce morbidity and improve the quality of life of patients. … Continue reading

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Childhood Obesity Programs Reduce Blood Pressure

A new study reports that obesity prevention programs may help to lower blood pressure in kids (even if they don’t reduce fat). The study conducted by researchers at the University of Buffalo and Johns Hopkins University showed that these programs … Continue reading

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Impact of Smart Technology in Healthcare. How has it Changed the Workplace

Technological advancements have impacted all major sectors, especially healthcare. Work practices have changed with new technological innovations. Healthcare establishments are finding that they can stay competitive and carry out their tasks more efficiently and quickly only if they implement these … Continue reading

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