Accessible and convenient, audio/video tools are gradually becoming highly popular in various industries. Visual and auditory marketing features are an integral part of every productive business. Fine-tuning the content stored in these tools are transcription services; the behind-the-scenes efforts which extract the data you need for business growth. …
With technology taking on increasing roles in medical services, medical reports are now being recorded on audio/video devices. Not very long ago, doctors and medical practitioners relied on hard-copy of everything to get the data they required to refer to past patient profiles in new studies and cases. Now, these processes are digitized, with most operations and studies actively recorded every day. …
- Cost savings.
- Better quality transcripts.
- Better resource allocation.
- Less burden on IT department.
- Responsive customer support.
With technological advancements, medical practitioners have been able to improve their services and not have to worry about daunting tasks, such as hard copies of medical reports, correctly entering patient information, and dealing with bills and insurance claims. …
In the courtroom, before a lawyer can ask a neuropsychologist questions for the Independent Neuropsyhological Assessment report—pertaining to any motor vehicle accident victim—he or she must evaluate the assessment, and create a detailed report accordingly.
This report should include:
- A review of the background of the documentation provided
- An interview with the victim of the accident
- Reports of all the psychological and neuropsychological tests conducted