This isn’t just transcription. More than Voice-to-Text functionality, Scribe is Voice-to-Text-to-ACTION (VTA) technology.
With Scribe, an audio file of your instructions is sent directly to your CareSync Health Assistant who hears your recording (which means you don’t have to worry about a computer auto-correcting the words or other usual dictation woes), transcribes your instructions, and turns them into action items.
Use Scribe to enroll a patient in Chronic Care Management and we can help you meet the documentation requirements for the G0506 code for care planning and explaining CCM.
Request records from a community provider.
Ensure patients get access to the resources they need, such as transportation assistance.
Get a note to the hospitalist taking care of your patient.
You or anyone in your office—nurses, care coordinators, scheduling staff—can use CareSync Scribe. With the press of a single button, start enrolling a patient in CCM, send verbal instructions to the CareSync nursing team, or tell us what quality measures a patient needs to complete (such as a diabetic eye exam, mammography or colonoscopy), and we can help with patient follow-up, scheduling, records retrieval, and notification back to you that everything has been taken care of.
“I want a consult appointment with Dr. Radcliff.”
Schedules and confirms patient appointment with Dr. Radcliff. Reminds patient of appointment. Coordinates feedback by retrieving consult record and promotes care coordination between physicians.
“Patient in hospital. They need her prior EKG, echo reports and cardiac consult notes for her medical history.”
Contacts hospital. Provides requested medical history to hospitalist.
“Needs to start ADA diet.”
Shares ADA program information with patient. Assists in finding a certified diabetes educator and nutritionist to help. Remains available to offer support and help 24/7/365.
“Expedite cardiology consult with a nuclear stress test. Need feedback and follow-up appointment no later than two weeks.”
Senses urgency in recording. Works with specialist to add patient to schedule ASAP. Schedules and confirms follow-up appointment. Prepares patient for appointments. Ensures cardiologist’s results get back to doctor immediately.
“I’m discharging Mr. Peterson from the hospital.”
Starts helping with Transitional Care Management.
“Complains of loneliness and inactivity.”
Contacts patient about community resources, activities, and programs that can help. Remains available to offer support and help 24/7/365.
“Prescribed Metformin and Lisinopril.”
Assists patient in getting medications filled, refilled, and taken properly. Encourages adherence and helps remove roadblocks such as medication costs (e.g., checks CareSync Pharmacy program rates or assists in finding alternative resources).
“Patient needs a mammogram and diabetic eye exam.”
Educates patient on importance of these and schedules appointments. Ensures the report makes it back to the provider to close the quality gap.