Spheris unveiled seven distinct modules of its new Clarity technology platform at HIMSS07 in New Orleans last week. Each Clarity module represents complementary functionality designed to deliver a complete and seamless platform for clinical documentation. Since the initial release of Clarity in October 2006, strong demand for the platform has enabled Spheris to accelerate Clarity implementation schedules with dozens of clients across the U.S.
The Clarity solution includes front-end and back-end speech recognition, dual electronic physician signature, comprehensive monitoring and reporting tools, quality control auditing capabilities, and more. Available as a stand-alone technology for in-house medical transcriptionists or in concert with Spheris’ global network of more than 5,500 medical language specialists, Clarity enables clients to configure a technology platform uniquely designed to meet diverse needs across the entire healthcare enterprise while lowering overall clinical documentation costs.
“We believe Clarity’s versatility is unmatched in the clinical documentation technology industry,” said Spheris CIO Joe Degati. “We work with our clients to design the best system for their needs, capable of supporting the full range of technology available today.”