24-turnaround for dictations so your practice can focus on timely billing and patient authorizations.
Dictate on a phone line, hand held recorder or if you want to go old school and use tapes, we accept that too!
You won’t be charged extra for needing reports right away. We understand the necessity for immediate attention to a patient’s needs.
We’ll input into your existing system allowing productivity by focusing on seeing patients, and not being waylaid by time-consuming EHR duties.
Deliver to referring physicians all at no extra fee.
No Startup Fees or Minimums
Start dictating today! You will only be charged for the reports you dictate and nothing else!
All reports storage
We will store your reports for at least one year or longer – per your request.
No Long-term Contracts
No commitments! Dictate as little or much as you like. No hidden fees
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Daniel T. Malatesta
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Martin P. Smith
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