Typing a meaningful note takes time that most physicians do not have. Alternatively, using the shortcut tools built into EMR software produces poorly-worded and awkward results. Using large blocks of boilerplate text that require manual editing is risky and prone to error. Speech recognition software is also cumbersome to use and often unreliable.
Designed by a psychiatrist who is also a programmer, Clinical Scribe is a note writing tool that can be used with any EMR and builds meaningful DSM-5 criteria based symptom documentation, forming the backbone of your history. Templates are included for the most commonly-used disorders (both new and follow-up notes), and additional templates can be added upon request. Other components include mental status examination, physical examination, and more, to efficiently handle the routine components of the report so you can focus on the symptom context and case formulation.
Click here for more information and a free trial: textBEAST Clinical Scribe.
After trying the included templates, please contact us if you would like assistance in the development of custom templates for your practice.