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Solve Compliance Problems with Automated Document Management

Strict healthcare compliance regulations have become rampant, giving policymakers a stranglehold on the healthcare industry. As a result, providers and insurance companies are always on alert, frantic to adhere to an endless list of tough rules and restrictions. Discover the solution.

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Easily Save Space and Increase Medical Practice Efficiency with Patient File Scanning

Despite the adoption of electronic medical records (EMR) systems, medical practices still face serious space constraints due to the storage of physical patient files. With professional document scanning and management services, your medical practice can stop leaking revenue into rooms full of unnecessary paper.

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How to Streamline the Credentialing Process

Credentialing specialists understand details. From verifying medical staff credentials to ensuring that a service provider, healthcare facility or insurance company complies with federal and state regulations regarding licensure and certification of medical professionals, credentialing specialists have no shortage of data to maintain.

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When staff does too much, little gets done

While the opportunity to do more than one thing at once may seem ideal, multitasking can hurt more than it helps.Take medical offices, for instance. Balancing clerical tasks with confidential patient file management is no easy feat. Throw in converting medical records to an EMR system, and even the most diligent office worker’s day becomes laborious.

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How to Get More Out of eClinicalWorks with Document Management

While eClinicalWorks and other leading EMR providers do an excellent job in creating an electronic system for providing a higher level of patient care and efficiency, they typically do not provide an easy way to scan and import existing medical records into their system. This is where document scanning services and document management software come in.

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Healthcare Scanning: More than Just Medical Records with Measurable Financial Benefits

With the endless talk of the electronic medical/health record (EMR/EHR), the Affordable Care Act and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA, now 16 years old), it can be easy to forget about other advantages afforded by document scanning, document management and the cloud—particularly for financial departments in hospitals and other medical facilities.

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Healthcare HR Document Management: A Prescription for Growing Pains

There's a massive influx of paperwork in healthcare HR departments who don't yet utilize document management for employee records (in addition to patient records), and aren't able to pass along the entire cost burden directly to patients in the form of price increases. How do we deal with this explosive growth and the surge of new employee on-boarding and performance reviews?

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Solve Compliance Problems with Automated Document Management

Strict healthcare compliance regulations have become rampant, giving policymakers a stranglehold on the healthcare industry. As a result, providers and insurance companies are always on alert, frantic to adhere to an endless list of tough rules and restrictions. Discover the solution.

Read more

Despite the adoption of electronic medical records (EMR) systems, medical practices still face serious space constraints due to the storage of physical patient files. With professional document scanning and management services, your medical practice can stop leaking revenue into rooms full of unnecessary paper.

Credentialing specialists understand details. From verifying medical staff credentials to ensuring that a service provider, healthcare facility or insurance company complies with federal and state regulations regarding licensure and certification of medical professionals, credentialing specialists have no shortage of data to maintain.

While the opportunity to do more than one thing at once may seem ideal, multitasking can hurt more than it helps.Take medical offices, for instance. Balancing clerical tasks with confidential patient file management is no easy feat. Throw in converting medical records to an EMR system, and even the most diligent office worker’s day becomes laborious.

While eClinicalWorks and other leading EMR providers do an excellent job in creating an electronic system for providing a higher level of patient care and efficiency, they typically do not provide an easy way to scan and import existing medical records into their system. This is where document scanning services and document management software come in.

With the endless talk of the electronic medical/health record (EMR/EHR), the Affordable Care Act and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA, now 16 years old), it can be easy to forget about other advantages afforded by document scanning, document management and the cloud—particularly for financial departments in hospitals and other medical facilities.

There's a massive influx of paperwork in healthcare HR departments who don't yet utilize document management for employee records (in addition to patient records), and aren't able to pass along the entire cost burden directly to patients in the form of price increases. How do we deal with this explosive growth and the surge of new employee on-boarding and performance reviews?