Three Voice Capture Suppliers Add Emdat Platform To Service Offerings
12/18/2012 12:11 PM
Emdat announced today new partnerships with three major resellers of digital dictation software. Two Midwestern companies, Carmichael Business Systems and Northland Business Systems, along with Integrated Data Technology, located in the southeast, will be adding Emdat to their menu of services, delivering the clinician satisfaction and operational successes that comes with the Emdat solution.
By partnering with Emdat, all three businesses will strengthen their portfolio within the marketplace, while providing additional workflow and cost-saving advantages. "We recognize the value of engineering behind the platform," says Bob Carmichael, founder and president of Carmichael Business Systems. "We're excited to approach both current clients and new prospects with these enhanced features that will save clinicians and medical facilities additional time and money."
All Winscribe resellers, Carmichael, Northland and IDT were drawn not only to Emdat's mobile app that allows clinicians to create and submit dictations from anywhere with an Internet or cellular data connection, but also to the seamless, secure integration that captures dictation data and automatically populate EHR fields. Emdat's extensive templating technology that reduces transcription costs and maximizes clinician productivity was another selling point. "With Emdat, we can offer more than basic voice capture," says IDT Director, Voice Products, Marty Bailey. "Speech recognition capabilities combined with savvy template technology return key productivity and cost benefits."
In addition, Emdat's software as a service model and its extensive customization capabilities, accelerated feature delivery and cloud computing fits well with the business goals of each company. "The support from implementation, help desk and interface teams, in combination with the lack of cost for maintenance, interfaces and upgrades supports our mission to deliver quality service and a high-value, ever-improving product to our clients," says Northland Business Systems President and CEO Steve Potas.