How BEC Charts Help

Reduce Emergency Department Wait Times

  • Emergency Department MDs spend between 15% and 40% of their time charting.
    • This is as much or more than how much time is spent with patients!
  • Nurses are lucky if they have enough time to chart during their shifts.

BEC Charts reduce documentation time by 15%-25%.

This means physicians can see an extra patient every hour, making the emergency department dramatically more efficient.

Happy Patients and Happy Staff

  • More face time with nurses and physicians directly relates to patient satisfaction and improved patient outcomes.
  • Overworked staff struggle to provide exceptional patient care.

BEC Charts let emergency department practitioners spend more time with patients – and less time with paper.

Increase Patient Safety

  • 40% of patients don’t receive evidence-based care.
  • Medical literature is constantly evolving, and rules and guidelines become more accurate every year.
  • The rate of change of medical literature makes it difficult¬†for the even the best physicians to stay up to date and to apply evidence properly.

BEC Charts integrate hundreds of Clinical Decision Support guidelines and best practices.

This provides physicians with memory aides so they can apply medical evidence as they see fit, without devaluing their good judgement.

Easy Chart Audits

  • Chart reviews, audits, and retrospective studies are difficult with traditional paper charts.
  • This wastes administrators’, physicians’, nurses’, and researchers’ time.

BEC Charts make charting clear, legible, and structured.

This means chart audits are fast, straightforward, and useful.