Long live medical transcription! Despite many people in the EMR (Electronic Medical Record) forecasting the demise of medical transcription, this industry is manifesting tremendous progress.  Artificial neural networks are slowly becoming a common theme in the medical sphere. Medical dictation software has revolutionized the healthcare industry through automatic speech recognition. Medical practitioners are now readier than ever to devote their time to treating patients instead of focusing on endless administrative tasks.  First, let’s understand what
Time marches steadily onward, and with it comes experience and progress. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the medical profession. Each technological shift in the wider market results in a new watershed moment for the healthcare industry.  Advances in surgical techniques, pharmacological interventions, and methods of patient care have all improved the quality of our collective lives with each step forward along the continuum of progress, but there’s more to running a healthcare practice
Over the years, the medical industry has seen tremendous evolution geared towards helping increase the efficiency of healthcare provision. One of the significant developments in the medical industry is the adoption of medical scribes. Even though this practice first appeared in the 1970s, it was not until 2009 when the federal HITECH Act incentivized healthcare providers to adopt EHRs, that medical scribes started to gain prominence.  EHR systems were supposed to simplify patient record keeping
Doctor-patient relationship
The field of medicine has always been at the forefront of technological advancement. This is true of the way healthcare professionals and clinicians have administered treatments and practiced medicine and also of the strategies and practices in which they use medical documentation. From the first recorded medical notes, which were recorded in 1800 BC in Egypt, to the latest advancements in medical dictation and note-taking, those practicing medicine have always required effective documenting procedures and
Physician burnout has been classified as a psychological syndrome that can be expressed as a prolonged response to due chronic occupational stressors. It is sometimes referred to as moral injury. But it doesn’t only affect physicians. Nurse practitioners, physician assistants and all clinical staff can be affected by burnout. Clinician burnout is a serious problem for health professionals nationwide. COVID-19 has made it much worse. Based off of two studies in the US and globally, 

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