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From medical transcription to medical record review, PennHealth provides a myriad of services crafted to serve the needs of the clients with innovative technological solutions and expert workmanship.

Experienced healthcare documentation professionals and industry officials harness their expertise to uncover important opportunities and support medico-legal challenges the clients face.

Our Services

Documentation is a love letter you write to your future self!

Medical Transcription

Pennhealth provides all kind of Medical Transcription services from Orthodox transcription to platform based online transcription to v-EHR to hospitals, clinics and physicians in the U.S and other European countries.

Pennhealth believes in producing quality work and has grown into a leading medical transcription service organisation (MTSO). Pennhealth has the capability to deliver quality in Turn Around Time (TAT), which is delivered without any compromise after understanding the need of our client.

Medical Scribing

Medical scribes strengthen the capacity for emergency medicine care teams to deliver significant results, and fulfil the minute-to-minute needs of ED patients.

With specialized training, our scribes solve the right problems, at the right time. From optimizing EMR documentation, to comfort rounding on patients, scribes enhance patient safety, promote greater job satisfaction for providers, and improve revenue cycles.

Medical Summarization

Medical summarization plays a vital role with insurance claim settlements or legal dispute related to Worker’s Compensations emerging from injuries or conditions that are job-related.

Appropriate organization and meticulous summarization of medical record are the key factors for these services. When medical records are summarized, the end use as specified by the clients is taken into account. The end product may be used for Plaintiffs or Defendants or for the use of Peer Reviews, DDE, and IME.

Medical Records Indexing

The terms medical record, health record, and medical chart are used somewhat interchangeably to describe the systematic documentation of a single patient's medical history and care across time within one particular health care provider's jurisdiction.

The medical record includes a variety of types of 'notes' entered over time by health care professionals, recording observations and administration of drugs and therapies, orders for the administration of drugs and therapies, test results, x-rays, reports, etc.

We thrive in the midst of tough, high-stakes challenges.

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