ZyDoc Offers Hurricane Disaster Transcription Support
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. - ZyDoc announced free emergency transcription and medical record support for healthcare workers and organizations affected by the Frances hurricane disaster. In view of the severity of the hurricane and widespread outage of electricity and phone service, ZyDoc recognizes the need to fulfill the requirements of healthcare providers for medical transcription and documentation management. With many hospitals in Florida temporally closed or operating with limited services on generator power only, the infrastructure for ongoing medical records will be severely limited. Coupled with the anticipated increase in medical services secondary to the disaster, and difficulties for healthcare providers and transcriptionists to travel or perform their duties, ZyDoc anticipates that there maybe an immediate need to offer transcription services and secure Internet based medical records to the medical community.
Physicians and healthcare workers can enroll directly on the secure www.zydoc.com Web site or contact ZyDoc support at 631-273-6125l. Dictation can be started immediately using low-cost digital handheld recorders or the TelDoc 800 service. Transcription ASP infrastructure solutions are also available to replace legacy and non-HIPAA-compliant services for transcription companies or hospitals that need infrastructure support. ZyDoc provides multimedia demonstrations, training, and support on an urgent or scheduled basis via the Internet at http://rd.bcentral.com/?ID=2102219ands=28935778 and through an expansive nationwide network of Tech Data, Toshiba, and qualified integrators. For more information on ZyDoc Automated Medical Documentation Solutions visit http://rd.bcentral.com/?ID=2102218ands=28935778 or enroll at www.zydoc.com/leads.htm .