11 ways to lower documentation time by 14 hours per month
There’s no debate, therapists need relief from their administrative workload.
Using our experience with over 100 million patient treatments, Systems 4PT has analyzed therapist workflows and has innovated solutions that eliminate 14 hours of the documentation that you currently type each month. Every month.
Our workflows are explained below. We think you’ll agree, “This just make sense.”
Currently, when checking in for their evaluations, your patients fill out 3-10 pages of questionnaires covering medical history, pain, meds, a functional outcome test, and more.
Today, with your EMR, you are forced to re-enter the same information into every evaluation.
But using Systems 4PT, patient-specific documentation appears “touch-free” for the 11 evaluation topics listed below:
1.Patient’s Greatest Concern:
2.Prior Level of Function
4.Outcome Test Name, Date & Score
6.Current Medications, Dosage, Frequency and Rout of Intake
7.Your unique 20 to 50 Row Treatment Plan, Archived From Your Diagnosis and Risk Factor Specific Library
8.Primary Functional Deficit With Forecasted Ending Severity
9.Functional Goals That Relate to the Primary Deficit
10.Defense of the Eval Complexity Code
11.Clinical Rational Defending Every CPT Code in the Treatment Plan, Relative to the Primary Functional Deficit
1,250 words presented to you in the blink of an eye.
Our technology saves the average 60-word-per-minute typist over 20 minutes during each evaluation. This adds up to over 14 hours per month that you can spend doing what you love, instead of catching up on evals over the weekend.
Are you frustrated by your current evaluation’s redundant workflow?
Our Challenge to You:
- Out of respect for your years of education (you didn’t go to school to be a typist)
- Out of respect for patient progression (typing doesn’t yield progression)
- Out of respect for your quality time
- Out of respect for the person staring at you in the mirror:
Take 10 minutes and watch Systems4PT’s evaluation workflow
1,250 patient-specific words appear in the blink of an eye
You’ll see exactly how to eliminate 14 hours of redundant documentation every month
If you’re not motivated to act, think of it this way:
The 14 hours per month you waste documenting redundant information,
multiplied x 12 months = 168 hours per year.
168 hours divided by the 40 hours in a work week = 4.2. That’s over four 40-hour work weeks of time saved.
4.2 work weeks is One Full Month
Systems 4PT technology eliminates one full month of redundant data entry each year
If that doesn’t frustrate you, check your pulse.