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How to use Quinn Ai transcription during your daily practice
How to use Quinn Ai transcription during your daily practice

Best practices in how to profit from the powers of Quinn AI Transcription during a normal working day at your practice.

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Written by Richard
Updated over a week ago

In today’s landscape of aesthetic clinics, productivity and patient engagement are paramount. Ai voice transcription is a transformative tool in this regard.

Imagine the following scenario: during a patient's visit, a physician swiftly types short, essential keywords, maintaining uninterrupted interaction and focus on the patient.

This approach ensures immediate documentation of critical information without compromising the quality of patient care.

Typically, after the patient leaves the consultation or treatment room, the practitioner returns to the patient record to expand and improve on the keywords by typing, ensuring the treatment recording is comprehensive and compliant.

But now, following the visit, the physician can utilize Ai voice transcription to elaborate these notes into a detailed patient record once the patient leaves the room.

This method of initially typing brief keywords, followed by expansive voice-recorded documentation, not only saves a significant amount of time but also enhances the accuracy and completeness of patient records.

By adopting Ai transcription, aesthetic professionals can ensure more time is devoted to patient care, optimizing both productivity and the patient experience.

What does this look like in real life?

Imagine a patient is in your treatment room. During their visit, you'll likely start by writing short keywords in the patient record.

Let's take this scenario to demonstrate what this typically could look like for a botox treatment.

Now, you would continue with the physical examination and note essential keywords.

Using Quinn Ai Transcription to expand your records

After continuing and recording the medical history, forms, and treatment specifications,

go back to the case history tab to expand the patient's record with more details using your voice and Quinn.

Let's see in video what this would look like in real life:

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