T Sheets, T-System’s COVID-19 and influenza templates, support consistent documentation, diagnosis and treatment of coronavirus and influenza patients
DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)– As the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to spread across the globe and the United States, T-System Inc. is providing complimentary T Sheets to healthcare providers worldwide to help them efficiently serve their communities.
The World Health Organization (WHO) on March 11 declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic with 118,000 cases and more than 4,000 deaths. With a nationwide influx of patients requesting testing for COVID-19, healthcare providers can take advantage of complimentary point-of-care tools to support consistent documentation, diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19 patients. All T Sheet templates incorporate the necessary clinical content and terminology required for ICD-10, as well as the latest Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines for diagnosis and treatment.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has stressed resources for emergency departments, urgent care centers and telemedicine providers,” said Dr. Robert Hitchcock, T-System EVP and general manager. “In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, T-System is proactively taking steps to ensure healthcare providers can document care effectively and efficiently, which is why we have made T Sheets complimentary to healthcare providers worldwide.”
During the Influenza epidemic of 2018, T-System provided influenza T Sheets that were downloaded and used by more than 300 hospitals and clinics nationwide.
T-System is a healthcare IT company that advances care delivery and financial outcomes for episodic care. Specializing in emergency department documentation since 1996, T-System has since expanded its focus to include the development of innovative solutions for rapidly expanding episode-based care market, including hospital-based emergency departments (EDS), freestanding emergency centers and urgent care centers. Through clinically-driven services and documentation solutions as well as charge capture and coding systems, T-System solves clinical, financial and operational challenges for our clients. About 26% of the nation’s hospital-based EDs, freestanding emergency centers and urgent care centers use T-System to improve the clinical encounter, including the documentation of the patient visit as well as downstream outcomes related to the event. For additional information about T-System, please visit www.tsystem.com.
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