Scrik: Paperlight with digital dictation and document production

Posted on 1st June, 2017

Epro Scrik uses a unique combination of structured data, dictation, templating, speech recognition and usability to revolutionise clinical correspondence and document production workflows for clinicians saving time and money.  

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Scrik then leverages these a second time to enable clinicians to access and search patient documentation and notes quickly, presenting information in the fastest, most convenient way possible.

Complicated and laborious document production processes become easier to manage through intelligent workflow software that remembers and organises information with built-in reporting to manage production targets.

With Epro Scrik, you can:

Create templated clinic letters with just five clicks.

Make more informed medical decisions with greater access to current and historical information

Reduce risk of clinical errors by facilitating more legible, complete and accurate information

Meet your document delivery targets through faster letter production 

Make better use of staff time and skills by removing or automating repetitive tasks

Save money on paper, printing and postage

Improve coordination and correspondence with other care providers, such as GPs

Increase clinical efficiency with speedy, consistent access to patient information at the point-of-care

Core features:

Capture clinical information with industry leading digital dictation, speech recognition and snippet technology

Enable mobile working for clinicians

Chronological view of historical patient information

View, manage and schedule clinic appointments

Integrate with / record SNOMED coded patient allergies information

Full visibility of patient admissions, transfers and discharges

Safeguard patient information by specialty or department

Electronically distribute documents to GPs and other care providers

Powerful reporting functionality

Links seamlessly with patient administration systems

Import ad hoc documents

Key Objectives

  1. The trust reported improved patient experience (due to speedier communication), decreased stress among staff, faster clinical access to patient letters, reduced clinical errors, and compliance with audit and access requirements.
  2. £1.1m of secretaries’ and clinicians’ time
  3. £11K on administrative costs £4.3K spend on printing
  4. 96% reduction in letter transcription backlog
  5. 100% compliance with 7 day letter delivery CQUIN
  6. £4.3K spend on printing

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