Doctors spend 49% of their day documenting patient encounters (notes), and 27% to care for their patients. Currently, doctors have to create notes in their Electronic Medical Record (EMR) / billing system in order to get paid. Most EMRs are cumbersome, designed for billing, and widely disliked by clinicians. Rather than assist clinicians, EMRs have significantly increased the workload of doctors, leading to physician burnout. Consequently, a majority of companies are trying to find ways to get information faster in an EMR system. Prevalent options are to type / get a scribe to type, dictate, or scan paper notes into an EMR system. As each doctor has their own way of treating conditions, the resulting treatment plans and notes vary widely across clinicians. Furthermore, as data for most notes is unstructured, it's challenging to provide visibility into which treatment plans are resulting in best outcome for patients.
iTreatMD unlocks the research and evidence-based treatments that are available only to a select few doctors, enabling each clinician to replicate the best doctor and standardize care. Our proven clinician-facing tools dramatically reduce encounter documentation time and eliminate transcription costs, improving patient care. At the same time, we increase clinicians’ job satisfaction by allowing them to focus on treatment—rather than routine documentation work. With less pressure to document and more time to work with patients, we help clinicians provide better treatment and decrease their burnout rate owing to cumbersome procedures. Furthermore, as resulting data for our notes is fully structured, we provide detailed reports and correlations between treatments and outcome to show which treatment plans are most effective.