Posts Categorized: Electronic Health Records

Switch to Electronic Health Records or Continue to Pay the Price

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Well past that 2014 deadline to convert to electronic health records, medical offices that have not yet complied are faced an annual loss of 1% of all Medicare reimbursements. As of 2016, if you have not made the conversion, you face a 2% annual penalty, this moving to 3% in 2017. You get the idea…. Read more »

Electronic Medical Records Scanning Keeps Your Staff Busy Otherwise

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Should you find yourself an administrator in the realms of the medical industry, it is not newsworthy that converting paper records to digital ones is a difficult process. It is an incredibly daunting task to convert the potential 1000s of records in possession of your office to digital files. The benefits of the act are… Read more »

The Benefits of Off-Site Medical Records Storage

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A patient’s medical records are bits of delicate, private, sensitive information. Laws require it and any individual patient deserves the utmost in care and respect for their personal medical data. Many offices still operate under an at least partial paper system, or simply have a room of aged archive. In this the digital age, converting… Read more »

FAQs about EMR Scanning

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Resource Data Management offers EMR scanning for Reading medical practices and offices. Throughout our years in business, we’ve heard many different questions about our EMR scanning process, its benefits and all it entails. Here are a few of the questions we hear the most and our typical responses. Q: What are some of the benefits… Read more »

Improve Efficiency with Electronic Medical Records Scanning

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Electronic medical records scanning at your PA office can drastically increase efficiency. If you’re worried about how to implement a new scanning procedure, it’s good that you’re looking into it further. After all, you’ve probably collected information and data from your patients the same way for several years, and you’ve probably stored this information and… Read more »