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OpNote

OpNote is a web-based postoperative report that eliminates dictation and transcription while accelerating the revenue cycle by providing correct procedural codes, quality indicators and immediate sign out.

Faster and easier than dictation, OpNote is a cost reducing solution that accelerates reporting and limits liability due to incomplete documentation. Click here for demo of OpNote in action

OpNote lets me quickly create detailed reports from anywhere, instantly producing reports that look great and are easy to read.

Christopher L. Wixon, MD. President and Managing Partner, Savannah Vascular and Cardiac Institute

Features

Web‐based means you can create or access reports anytime, anywhere — even on your iPhone and iPad!

Signed out reports complete with CPT codes for faster, proper reimbursement.

Reports available minutes after surgery to referring physicians, billing staff, and medical records.

Benefits

Reduces cost

Eliminate the ongoing cost of transcription and abstraction of surgical reports

Easier and More Effective than Dictation and Transcription

Surgeons can complete and sign the operative report from anywhere. Personalized report defaults allow for completion before leaving the OR, in many cases in fewer than 30 seconds.

Strengthens Compliance for Risk Management

Checklists are designed to ensure a patient safety process that doubles as a proactive defense against possible malpractice claims. Also helps with RAC audits by ensuring surgeons and facility are using the same set of same sets of codes.

Operational and Quality Improvement

Facilitate the capture of performance and quality improvement data for enhanced patient care and quality initiatives like PQRI.

What Is OpNote? How Do I Use It?

OpNote is accessed via a web browser and can be hosted by mTuitive or internally at a hospital or surgery center. Touch screen monitors and keyboards are utilized for the most efficient data input.

Rather than dictating the postoperative report, the surgeon uses an intuitive chooser on a touch screen monitor that accesses the appropriate procedure codes and instinctively produces available diagnosis codes. A personalized, defaulted postoperative report is dynamically produced. In the final step, the surgeon reviews and electronically signs the report once and is done. Physicians won't have to waste time reviewing, correcting and waiting for their transcribed reports.

The final report is printed out on the spot or saved directly to the medical records at the hospital or surgical center.

Example of postoperative report created with OpNote Example of postoperative report created with OpNote

Example of postoperative report created with OpNote

Vascular Procedures

OpNote for Vascular was developed with the vascular surgeon as the top priority. With a few clicks of a mouse or touch of the finger a report can be signed out immediately and since coding is done for you, you get paid faster with less effort.

Capture only the most essential information needed for documentation of your procedures. Complete reports during or right after surgery for faster turnaround in reimbursement. Structured data approach improves ease of research and clinical studies.

I am impressed by the ease of use and intuitive nature of [Opnote for Vascular Surgery]. I have had the opportunity to put it through extensive use and strongly believe that this could be a very helpful addition to one's office-based vascular and vein surgery practice.

Dr. Sapan S. Desai, MD. Chief Executive Officer, Surgisphere Corporation

Features

Web‐based means you can create or access reports anytime, anywhere — even on your iPhone and iPad!

Signed out reports complete with CPT codes for faster, proper reimbursement.

Response‐driven images graphically communicate procedure to nephrologists and others.

Reports available minutes after surgery to referring physicians, billing staff, and medical records.

Benefits

Reduces cost

Eliminate the ongoing cost of transcription and abstraction of surgical reports

Easier and More Effective than Dictation and Transcription

Surgeons can complete and sign the operative report from anywhere. Personalized report defaults allow for completion before leaving the OR, in many cases in fewer than 30 seconds.

Strengthens Compliance for Risk Management

Checklists are designed to ensure a patient safety process that doubles as a proactive defense against possible malpractice claims. Also helps with RAC audits by ensuring surgeons and facility are using the same set of same sets of codes.

Operational and Quality Improvement

Facilitate the capture of performance and quality improvement data for enhanced patient care and quality initiatives like PQRI.

Example of postoperative report created with OpNote Example of postoperative report created with OpNote Example of postoperative report created with OpNote Example of postoperative report created with OpNote

Example of postoperative report created with OpNote

Cancer Procedures

OpNote for Cancer was developed in conjunction with the templates designed by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC). Surgeons efficiently enter in discrete data that can be used for more effective treatment, improved communication, and enhanced research.

Synoptic reporting allows for better communication with pathologists, referring physicians, and patients. Structured data means easier access to better information for vital research and treatment initiatives.

I like the idea of being able to create an operative report that is complete and comprehensive in a very rapid and efficient way. OpNote has made it easy to create a complete, standardized report generated in a rapid and intuitive manner.

John Mattson, MD

Features

Web‐based means you can create or access reports anytime, anywhere — even on your iPhone and iPad!

Synoptic reporting style generates actionable structured data for quality assurance and expedited research.

Reports available minutes after surgery to referring physicians, billing staff, and medical records.

Automatically updated templates ensure compliance with Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC) and other standards.

Benefits

Reduces cost

Eliminate the ongoing cost of transcription and abstraction of surgical reports

Easier and More Effective than Dictation and Transcription

Surgeons can complete and sign the operative report from anywhere. Personalized report defaults allow for completion before leaving the OR, in many cases in fewer than 30 seconds.

Operational and Quality Improvement

Facilitate the capture of performance and quality improvement data for enhanced patient care and quality initiatives.

Improved Communication with Treatment Staff

Easy-to-read reports improve understanding of procedures and diagnosis of patient for referring and consulting physicians.