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Partly true - sm

Posted: Jan 6th, 2019 - 12:06 pm In Reply to: This is a new world and transcriptionists aren't needed anymore. - OhioGal

But if that were 100% the case, I wouldn’t know so many providers personally who say they love a written narrative that goes beyond a series of checked off boxes. Sure they speed read through it, look for key sections, but many still want that one cohesive report that sums up history etc, in one place, rather than having to search through multiple screens and still have no real overall picture of the patient. Lots of blog posts by physicians and surgeons in recent years saying the same. That doesn’t mean they’ll get their way, and many have gotten used to what they’ve had to settle for, but the ones who still get to dictate or have access to dictated reports still seem to prefer it. And they get aggravated by notes that are poorly written or inaccurate, same as they always have.


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