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You're a busy professional. You have a practice to run and patients to care for. You've built a reputation as an expert in your field, and now you've been called upon to perform an in-depth medical record review or IME and to testify as to your findings. However, your office staff still needs to care for their daily tasks, so how can you avoid overburdening them?
Get help from the IME experts!
While your personal transcriptionist no doubt does a great job of transcribing your daily notes and correspondence, handing off a massive IME dictation to your in-house MT is the digital equivalent of dropping a huge stack of papers on his or her desk and saying, "When can you have this done?" It can be an overwhelming experience, and report quality may be lacking as a result. How can IMT help?
IME Transcriptionists Are Better for IMEs
Your in-house MT or transcription service is no doubt great at handling your day-to-day office notes and correspondence, but dropping an hour-long IME dictation in your MT's lap is like asking your accountant to take over your landscaping: The job may very well get done, but will it get done very well?
At Independent Medical Transcription, Inc., all of our MTs have undergone rigorous testing and supervised training in order to become IME experts. What does that mean for you?
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How Are You Perceived?
Whether silently or out loud, it's no secret that physicians and expert witnesses are judged on the quality of their reports. The IME, record review, peer review, or addendum report that you've signed your name to can determine whether a case settles out of court and can have a big effect on the source of your next referral. A report that's poorly formatted, hard to navigate, or riddled with typos and grammar mistakes can be embarrassing, so never sell yourself short.
QA Staff Makes All the Difference
In medical transcription, you get what you pay for, so only pay for the very best!
Why Reports from IMT Are Better:
Dates are written out to ensure accuracy.
Abbreviations are expanded for improved clarity.
Reviewer's comments are made to stand out from surrounding text.
Reports are carefully formatted for maximum readability and ease of locating information.
Records are organized chronologically, even if you didn't have time to dictate them that way.
Dictate as much or as little as you'd like at one time, and review and edit your report in progress at any point.
Possible discrepancies or oversights and any questions from the MT will be clearly flagged so you can examine and resolve them before sending out your report.
Information from available cover letter(s) will be incorporated into the report, including reviewer questions buried in the text that may have been overlooked.
Reports will always be completed according to your preferences, maintaining the highest level of professionalism, promptness, and completeness.
What About TAT?
If you're researching transcription services, you've probably noticed most of them bragging about their 24-hour turnaround time (TAT) on every report, which is perfect for daily office notes and general correspondence. From experience, however, we know that when it comes to lengthy IME dictations, there is no one-size-fits-all solution for TAT. Rather, turnaround can better be determined based on the specific needs of a particular report. Maintaining some flexibility with turnaround times allows us to:
In the end, if your transcription service has promised a 24-hour turnaround on your 100-page IME, you'd better check it carefully, because they probably didn't!
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Voice recognition errors are no laughing matter in a courtroom. You've probably seen them before, but how embarrassing would it be if such a mistake turned up in one of your forensic examinations?
We Know You're Busy
We understand that because of your hectic professional schedule, you may need to dictate long IMEs in bits and pieces, that at times you may be up late dictating an urgent report, and that you want your office staff to be free to care for the daily needs of your medical practice. That's why we offer:
Is Consistent Formatting Really So Important?
You Need the Right Template!
Manufacturers know this simple truth well: When producing any item over and over, even where there are variations in the finished product, having a single basic starting point saves a tremendous amount of time and effort. Since the same holds true for medico-legal reports, let us help you build robust and versatile templates that meet your specific needs:
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Your Expert Team
Gerri graduated from Montana State University in 1981, working 13 years for the US Forest Service before starting a secretarial firm in 1994 that rapidly shifted its focus to medical transcription. Gerri's meticulous attention to detail comes to the fore in her customer service, organizational abilities, and farsightedness in identifying and handling potential problems.
Kathee is a seasoned MT who graduated with honors from the Career Step medical transcription program. Her many years of industry experience are vital to the support and communication that drive our quality assurance process. Kathee's sharp eye and strong grammar skills keep our MTs at the top of their game so your reports are the best that they can be.
Randy's real-world marketing, medical, and software experience plays a key role in the development of IMT's business processes and customer relations. Possessing the self-discipline and self-sufficiency needed to work successfully as an independent MT for many years, Randy's strengths lie in information gathering, complex data analysis, and communication.
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