Medical Dictation and Transcription Service
The SecureFlow Pro™ Medical Dictation and Transcription service provides features for dictation, transcription and delivery.
Dictation is accomplished through all major input methods. Physicians can dictate through an 800#/open-line system,
handheld recorders, native dictation systems and directly into their personal computer. Physicians can utilize any
combination of these dictation methods providing them with ultimate flexibility.
Transcription can be accomplished by the transcription company, medical facility, or any combination thereof. Facilities
with in-house transcriptionists can continue to use their personnel and discontinue hiring new transcriptionists - a welcome relief.
The SecureFlow Pro™ system automatically load balances between the groups depending upon the time of day,
length of time a dictation hasn't been worked or any other number of factors.
SecureFlow Pro™ can also provide evening, weekend and holiday support for those transcription companies who do not wish to
staff 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Preliminary reports are available online for physicians to review, edit or return to the appropriate transcriptionist
for editing. Physicians can digitally sign preliminary reports from any Internet-enabled portal which dramatically
decreases the "time to chart" metric for facilities.
Delivery of completed transcription reports is automatically controlled by SecureFlow Pro™. Finalized reports can be
delivered to existing electronic medical records (EMR) and radiology information systems (RIS) via HL7, a proprietary file
delivery system (FileSynch™), secure facsimile or via secure e-mail.
These delivery methods provide the maximum security for sensitive PHI and reduce employee time involved in distributing reports.
Automation drives down the transcription company's employee costs and insures the highest security available in the industry today.
Please contact us at (972) 220-0990 or by email at email@example.com
a demonstration of the SecureFlow Pro™ system.