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What You Need to Know About Electronic Medical Record Storage

Patient record storage is incredibly important for medical practices and healthcare organizations, even if you keep electronic records. If you do not protect patient privacy, you could be at risk for legal consequences. That’s why we’ve created this guide to help you understand the importance of electronic medical record storage …

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Can a Physician Release Another Physician’s Records?

When a patient transfers from one healthcare provider to another, their electronic medical records must be transferred as well. For physicians, this can be a complicated process. What if the patient has records from a previous provider? Can a physician release another physician’s records? If one physician transfers another physician’s …

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Myths of going Paperless: Cost of Technology

The cost of new technology is one of the biggest obstacles in converting to a paperless office. Hardware upgrades including new computers, scanners, printers, and software are necessities when converting to an electronic office. However, the cost of technology is often misconstrued. Affordable hardware is more available today than ever before. …

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Why Scan Your Medical Records: The Lost Time

Scanning your medical records is imperative. With profit margins continuing to get smaller in medical practices it’s important to increase efficiency in all areas.  Streamlined management of medical records and the process of digitizing them is one key component of creating a leaner, more cost-effective practice. The time lost spent …

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