I am starting to get feedback from several of my former clients who have completed approximately a year of using EMR software in their practices. My former clients are verbalizing their extreme distaste for having to use an EMR. Some physicians have decided to use a transcription service again due to loss of revenue from using an EMR. In the time it takes the physician to point, click and type a diagnosis/assessment/plan, a transcription service can actually save money for the physician. The physician/client relationship is no longer compromised and medical documentation can once again become the work of medical document experts in the field, such as our company.

Can you tell me if your physicians are happy with their EMR? Would they consider using both EMR and transcription?

We are a full service medical transcription company having been in business since 1989. We have the most up to date equipment, call-in lines, HIPAA complaint FTP site, etc.

If your physicians are unhappy having to spend their precious time clicking, pointing and typing, when they are losing an average of 1 – 3 patient visits for every 1 patient they now see, give us a call. The U.S. Economy has been harsh on physician’s practices. The government may force you to use an EMR in your practice and the EHR does have attributes. It is your choice if you want to continue losing revenue because of it.

Isn’t it time to get back to seeing patients instead of looking at a computer screen? Isn’t it time to build the practice, rather than seeing less patients because of being bogged down with an EMR? EMR and transcription … it’s the perfect marriage for your practice. You will begin to see an immediate rise in revenues. You can go back to being a physician instead of a typist!

Louise Hancock
Medi-Script Plus Medical Transcription Services, Inc.