Nurses are an integral part of the medical profession. The line between doctor and nurse is often blurred when it comes to the actual care of a patient. Nurses are responsible for many of the notes entered into a patient’s file, including symptoms and treatment history. Sometimes a patient will feel more comfortable with a nurse, and therefore, the patient will give more complete information regarding a problem.
The information recorded by nurses, as well as doctors, needs to be understandable. Nurses and doctors also need to be able to share their notes quickly and easily. But what happens when notes are sloppy, handwritten, or just plain difficult to read? In the case of health care, reading another set of patient notes is crucial for that patient’s welfare. The addition of a medical records transcriptionist is a wise choice for any practice. The most cost-effective way to do this is through Worldwide Dictation.
Worldwide Dictation has a full staff of highly trained medical records transcriptionists who deliver letter-ready documents on a timely basis. Each document can be formatted to your specific needs, and you can choose a variety of methods of delivery. You also have several dictation options, including the ability to dictate into a phone at any time, day or night.
Our medical transcriptionist staff is well trained in medical terminology, and we have the lowest error rate in the industry. With patient notes and documents that are legible and accurate, both doctors and nurses can deliver the best healthcare possible. Worldwide Dictation provides that extra step needed for excellent patient care. For more information about our available services, contact Worldwide Dictation Services at 1-800-442-5993 or email us at Sales@WorldWideDictation.com.