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Transcribed Document Delivery Use Case

Transcribed documents (also referred to as transcribed results) are used across the healthcare continuum to assist providers and other healthcare professionals deliver quality patient care. Providers, Participating Organizations (POs), and other healthcare professionals have a critical need to easily send and find transcribed documents to help with clinical decision support, trending analysis, population health management, medication management, and numerous other care activities.

The coordination of transcribed document delivery across organizations can be very challenging which may have a negative impact on patient care as well as healthcare costs. Transcribed documents must be presented in a timely manner and in a usable, actionable format so recipients can deliver efficient and effective patient care.

An electronic, statewide exchange of transcribed documents through an interconnected network of POs overseen by Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) helps improve the quality, efficiency, and lower the cost of healthcare.

Transcribed Document Delivery Use Case Summary

Transcribed Document Delivery Use Case Implementation Guide