• 2014

    Dec 02

    On November 12-14th, 2014, Versio conducted its annual Summit. They flew in the remote team that spans across the country and spent those three days reflecting on the past year, creating new goals for next year and collaborating on pending projects. read more

    Nov 25

    Recently, some Versio team members, attended the Washington Community Paramedic Conference held on November 4th and 5th in SeaTac, WA. Our goal was to gain more insight on the many challenges facing EMS teams today and learn how we might find new ways to help streamline their reporting needs. What we came away with was much more. read more

    Nov 21

    "Save Time, Money and Lives with Quality Data Migration," is the title of the complimentary Webinar to be presented by Versio by ScribeRight (Versio) on December 4, 2014. The Webinar will address one of the biggest concerns faced by a healthcare system or physician practice when they implement a new Electronic Health Record (EHR): how to populate the new EHR with historical patient data. read more

    Nov 05

    When you do decide to make an EHR switch, keeping these points in mind will save time, money, and potential lives; allowing you to focus on keeping your patients healthy and alive. read more

    Oct 30

    Jamestown's advanced planning and ability to execute on that plan helped in turning an event typically met by anxiety into one of enthusiasm. read more

    Oct 21

    Versio by ScribeRight (Versio) announces their selection as the solution provider for legacy data migration in the deployment of the Epic Electronic Health Record (EHR) system at Jamestown Family Health Clinic. read more

    Oct 14

    In an effort further their ongoing mission to elevate the standards of clinical documentation as they apply to physician productivity and the patient experience, Versio shared the results of a new study by WebChartMD read more

    Sep 30

    Patient clinical data is unlike any other kind of data, for many reasons. It's massive. It requires near-perfect accuracy. It's also extremely complex, especially when you are not just migrating, but also converting from one system "language" to another. read more

    Sep 23

    TRANSCRIPTIONIST Noun; /tran-skrip'shun-ist/: A quick-fingered specialist who can decipher a dictator speaking at warp speed on a cell phone while eating chips in a heavily populated office that is being vacuumed. read more

    Sep 16

    What can you, as a healthcare consumer, do to ensure your health records and those of your family are correct? read more