Efficiently documenting clinical encounters and completing patient notes are a common source of frustration for providers using EHRs. The demands for more comprehensive documentation from insurers and new Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements for structured data and notes require an advanced solution that lets providers work within the word processor, but also store structured data.
Many EHR vendors talk about the speed of creating clinical notes, but very few offer the ability to build templates and use them from within their word processor. Providers want to be able to type, use speech recognition, and templates all within the word processor without having to switch to a template.
Structured data can be automatically added at any location in the note. Templates can be added or changed by typing a name of a template and selecting it.
This process is fast, simple, and customizable, while also complying with Meaningful Use.
Templates can be designed for tables, check boxes, paragraphs, and fields. Template fields can be located anywhere in-line with the text with selectable default text for quick entry. Custom sentences or paragraphs can be inserted on-the-fly.
All of this custom template functionality works in the word processor and works with real-time or back-end speech recognition. Just imagine opening your note based on the type of appointment visit or procedure and seeing a standard report with clickable fields to change the text or enter data.
Enabledoc is the only solution on the market that works over the web from any browser and includes all this advanced functionality at no additional charge.