Boulder, CO, August 26, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- MD-IT is initiating a series of webinars for its channel partners and associates that specialize in educating end-users about narrative note technology and medical documentation.
“Our associates and channel partners are uniquely positioned to communicate the benefits of a narrative-note workflow,” said MD-IT CEO Tom Carson. “Both their customer base and the industry at large are undergoing significant changes. MD-IT software and service is specifically designed to adapt to this environment, and we are poised to meet the comprehensive information needs of the healthcare industry.”
Adoption of electronic medical record technology continues to grow in the ambulatory space. MD-IT believes that driving discrete data directly from narrative notes will be an essential part of a healthcare delivery model.
“Preserving the physician narrative remains a critical component of patient care,” said Carson. “The added factors of Accountable Care Organizations, Patient-Centered Medical Homes, ICD-9 to ICD-10 conversion and the increase in Medicare and Medicaid audits amplify the need for rich data.”
MD-IT is working with its associate partners to create expert health IT consultants that are enabled to have in-depth conversations about narrative notes and discrete data as they relate to EMR/EHR, EMR optimization, practice workflow and productivity, audit protection and data management solutions.
“MD-IT enables its partners to offer cutting edge software and service to an underserved ambulatory market. The transition from a strict service organization to one offering document management technologies requires education and support,” said MD-IT Senior Consultant Bobby Powers. “We continually provide our partners with the tools needed to become reputable and successful health IT consultants.”
Information on future webinars and educational programs will be announced on the MD-IT website (www.md-it.com) in the coming weeks.
Founded in 2000, MD-IT is the nation’s leading provider of medical documentation software and service to physician practices and ambulatory groups. By developing dictation-based solutions that preserve the primary role of medical documentation, MD-IT empowers physicians to use narrative notes in any clinical environment where electronic medical records are part of the workflow. The privately-held company is located in Boulder, CO, with regional offices throughout the US. Additional information can be found at md-it.com.