Posts tagged ‘Dictation’

Dr. John Mattson: “The Paradigm of the Future Hastens the Demise of Dictation”

There’s a new opinion piece by Dr. John Mattson in Becker’s Orthopedic & Spine Review. Entitled “3 Reasons Justifying Synoptic Data in Surgical Operative Reports,” the piece examines the inherent problems with dictation and the multiple ways that synoptic reporting improves on this increasingly antiquated system.

Click here to read it!

January 7, 2011 at 4:17 pm 1 comment

Health Information Managers – We Want to Hear From You!

While developing OpNote, mTuitive has sent out numerous surveys to various sectors of the healthcare industry. We’ve heard from surgeons, coders and hospital administrators to help us figure out the best ways to improve postoperative reporting. By gaining feedback from domain experts (and our targeted customers), we can identify issues that need to be addressed in the current system and more accurately create solutions for everyone that would be affected by adoption of mTuitive OpNote.

We are now reaching out to HIM professionals to gain their perspective and build the business case. If you are unfamiliar with the design of OpNote, please follow this link for an example of a completed report. OpNote’s goals are to make better use of transcription resources, streamline the reporting process and capture discrete data for use in disease registries, outcomes analysis and quality reporting initiatives.

Thank you for your time and your input!

Click here to take survey

June 2, 2010 at 5:13 pm Leave a comment

OpNote Demo: Creating New Reports

Below is the two-part video that demonstrates how to create new postoperative reports with mTuitive OpNote.

If you would like a personalized demo with a member of the mTuitive staff to answer all your questions, please contact us today.

Part 1 of 2

The exciting conclusion can be found after the jump!

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May 17, 2010 at 3:44 pm Leave a comment

An Overview of OpNote & Some Site News

Below you will find a video that introduces the concept, design and purpose of the product we’ve been working on for a while – the mTuitive OpNote.

Over the next few weeks, there will be some changes to this blog. Nothing is going away or being replaced. However, as we roll out our new product, the blog will be more of a hybrid showing various aspects of OpNote, including videos showing how to perform various tasks with it, along with the pieces we’ve been posting about transcription, Health IT and all other manner of medical nerdery. The posts we write tend to show off our thinking and philosophy on how information technology should be used in the medical field – and we believe the OpNote embodies that way of thinking. OpNote is our philosophy in practice and we hope you like what you see.

May 7, 2010 at 1:41 pm Leave a comment

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