4 Things to Consider When Selecting A Clinical Documentation Partner

Clinical Documentation Partner

We know that you have options when it comes to selecting a clinical documentation partner, which is why it’s important to understand what to look for when making this decision. In this ever-changing healthcare landscape, keeping up with clinical documentation and medical transcription on your own is nearly impossible, but that doesn’t mean that every clinical documentation company provides the same results. 

Clinical Documentation Partner

Here at Fast Chart, we are well-versed on all the ins-and-outs of a clinical documentation partner. If you’re ready to make the jump and select a partner to assist in your practice or hospital’s documentation needs, here are the top four factors you should consider:

1. Experience 

Experience is a prominent factor when considering a clinical documentation partner. While the healthcare industry and its technology are rapidly changing, choosing a company that has seen the trends and adapted to these changes firsthand is incredibly important. This knowledge better prepares your clinical documentation partner in how they can navigate the future of the healthcare industry. It is also essential that your clinical documentation partner has experience in providing the most optimal strategies for your practice or hospital. Finally, your vendor should be able to customize their training and implementation approach based on your organization’s unique needs. 

Fast Chart knows and values the importance of experience, which is why our experienced industry leaders help to make up what we refer to as the “Fast Chart Difference.” We have more than 100 years of combined industry experience from some of the leaders in clinical documentation. Our team is hand-selected and is composed of experienced, highly qualified executive individuals who have collectively built the company’s reputation as a leader in clinical documentation. From our innovative cloud-based Speech Understanding™ solution to our loyal clients for over 20 years, Fast Chart provides high-quality clinical documentation services that exceed industry standards.

2. Knowledge

As we previously mentioned, understanding the trends, advances, and future of healthcare technology plays a significant role in the quality of your clinical documentation partner. This is why Fast Chart has partnered with M*Modal, a state-of-the-art technology solution that provides the industry’s most comprehensive yet most adaptable solution for creating highly accurate, structured, encoded, and shareable medical documents to increase patient safety, promote continuity of care and reduce cost. Your vendor must be up to date with the latest coding guidance when it comes to clinical documentation improvement and implementation. By choosing Fast Chart, you can rest assured that your solutions will always be effective and up to date. 

3. Clarity

We know that keeping up with clinical documentation and medical transcription can be confusing, which is why we are here to implement our solutions seamlessly and to offer assistance along the way. Unlike other clinical documentation partners, Fast Chart prides itself on a 100% U.S.-based team and live support 24/7 every day of the year. We know that hospitals can’t afford to miss a beat, so we ensure our team is there for you whenever you need us. When it comes to billing, provide clearly defined and verifiable methodologies so you are never left wondering where your money is going. Our system is HIPAA compliant and offers detailed transaction logs to eliminate any guesswork.

4. Results

At the end of the day, you want your clinical documentation partner to deliver reliable, accurate results that promote productivity and save money. In order to achieve the best results for your practice, you need to find the best fit for your needs. This is why Fast Chart’s all-inclusive document workflow solution that is customizable to fit each client’s specific needs. For us, it’s all about value, the best service for the best price. Finally, our system delivers top-notch results with an uptime of 99.9%, an accuracy rate greater than 98.5%, and turnaround times that exceed client expectations. When it comes to selecting a clinical documentation partner, Fast Chart is here for you.

Contact Fast Chart Today!

Fast Chart is a medical transcription company that combines technology, experience, and service to provide the highest quality outsourced clinical documentation. If you have any questions regarding how your practice can benefit from automated transcription or how our technologies can help your practice, please call (919) 477-5152 or contact us online.

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