Are you tired of eating lunch at your desk and staying after hours or working from home to complete your progress notes? Documentation is the main cause of physician burnout. Discover a simple fix to take back control of your time in the clinic and enjoy practicing medicine.Document at the speed of light with KISS dot phrases @ statnote.com
As a primary care physician, you know that completing clinic notes while youre treating many patients is time-consuming and challenging. Thats why StatNote, a library of more than 1,000 medical templates, was created for you. It reduces busy work and enables you to focus on the most important part of the office visit: your patient.
Capture the essentials of the visit with minimal effort with our KISS dot phrases. Dr. Bonilla, a medical documentation ninja, crafted simple and useful dot phrases that will make you more efficient and productive. StatNotes dot phrases will help you:
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- Efficiently document office visits and common procedures.
- Manage your inbox. Automate your patient messages and communicate lab and imaging results (includes Spanish templates).
- Easily retrieve common E&M and CPT codes used for billing.
This book familiarizes you with all the available boilerplate templates. An electronic version can be purchased at statnote.com and used with a text expander in any EHR system.Check out our 30-day FREE trial of StatNote TextExpander @ statnote.comComplete your notes in any EHR.Free to sign-up. Free to use.Primary Care Dot Phrases
In this book you will find dot phrases for all primary care specialties. Family Medicine & Internal Medicine dot phrases include templates for annual physicals and wellness visits. We also have dot phrases for Pediatrics and OBGYN. With templates for well woman & well child checks or sports physicals. Urgent Care dot phrases?, we have them.
Dot phrases for procedures used in Sports Medicine and many templates for common procedures in Primary Care also included.
Behavioral Health? We have psychiatry dot phrases too. We even have dot phrases for hospitalists and inpatient care.
You will find thousands of dot phrases for the most common conditions encountered in primary care.Foreword
"[Dr. Bonilla] is always on the forefront of trying to help the family doctor become more efficient when handling electronic health records. This compilation of dot phrases is another example of his hard work, dedication and desire to help us have work-life balance..."- Pamela Davis, MD, Program Director, Dignity Health Family Medicine Residency at Northridge (affiliated with the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA)About
StatNote is creating tools to expedite medical documentation to bring back the joy of seeing patients and increase revenue. Can you write your progress note in less than 1 min? Find more at statnote.comExcerpt
the "no-touch" exam
General: No acute distress. Awake and conversant.
Eyes: Normal conjunctiva, anicteric. Round symmetric pupils.
ENT: Hearing grossly intact. No nasal discharge.
Neck: Neck is supple. No masses or thyromegaly.
Respiratory: Respirations are non-labored. No wheezing.
Skin: Warm. No rashes or ulcers.
Psych: Alert and oriented. Cooperative, Appropriate mood and affect, Normal judgment.
CV: No lower extremity edema.
MSK: Normal ambulation. No clubbing or cyanosis.
Neuro: Sensation and CN II-XII grossly normal.
(everything documented can be gathered from entering the room, saying hi to the patient and shaking his or her hand.) This template covers nine organ system or elements required to be documented for billing purposes.
Author: Gerardo Guerra Bonilla MD Language: EnglishBinding: PaperbackPages: 340Publisher: Independently publishedPublication Date: 2019-07-31