OzeScribe provides accurate and cost-effective medical transcription services, and returns document by the next business day.
At OzeScribe we focus on accuracy above anything else. We understand that when Physicians have to waste time editing, money and time is wasted. The OzeScribe verifiable accuracy rate is unmatched in the industry. We conduct a formal post-delivery quality assurance program that provides impressive and industry standard exceeding verifiable accuracy rates.
If you're tired of having poor TAT or transcription blanks in your work, switch to OzeScribe now and experience near faultless, on-time transcription.
Clearly there is a need to ensure absolute privacy and secure confidentiality when dealing with patient notes and medical files. In order to guarantee this, we only work with appropriately trained and experienced medical transcriptionists. We ensure that transcription carried out by OzeScribe is compliant with the Australian National Privacy legislation NPP.9
Exclusively available from OzeScribe, OzePost is a complementary free service that allows a copy of your important correspondence to be sent to your GP, patient, allied health – anyone who is a CC on your letter or note.
OzePost determines the format needed by the recipient, be it PDF, HL7, Word, RTF, TXT, TIFF or other formats necessary, so that the copy of your letter is also seamlessly delivered right into the software used by the referrer. Excellent for hospitals, we interface with Cerner, Informedix and all the major software used by hospitals for seamless service of electronic, paperless management.
"As Information Technology Officers at leading medical facilities, we struggled with the antiquated, costly and time intensive dictation/transcription process. We knew we needed something better and recognized that the time had come to create a new standard in managing medical transcription services.
A standard that would be efficient, reliable, secure, AND accessible 24/7 to all members of a medical team: administrators, physicians and nurses. A standard that would give medical facilities the flexibility to change transcription companies without having to start from square one. A standard that would provide complete connectivity and integration that would bring the disparate technological capabilities and needs of health care facilities and transcription service providers together. A standard that would become EMDAT."