Why Use Document Imaging?

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The benefits of document imaging are incredible, and can completely change the way your business is run. It does not matter how big your business is or what industry you work in. Keeping your documents electronic can make the difference between staying open and closing your doors forever. Every business can benefit from making the change to paper documents and staying electronic.
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Medical offices are the first business that comes to mind when thinking about changing to electronic documents. Doctors have a lot of paperwork that they have to deal with. Patients need to be checked in which requires a lot of paper from the beginning. Then, every time a patient is seen, his or her chart needs to be updated, starting with vitals, which means more paper. Following a chart like this can be extremely difficult for the doctor. Imagine if a doctor committed an error simply because the hard copy chart had something wrong or your doctor had looked at the wrong page, or an assistant pulled the wrong chart completely! Document imaging can make this a thing of the past.

The great thing about electronic document management is that everyone has access to the document. Since more than one computer can access it, a person does not have to wait for someone to finish with the report or make a costly copy to be productive. In the medical office this means that as when the document is imaged, a doctor can examine the patient with it at the same time the office worker makes sure everything is filled out correctly. And since there is no more need to file the hard copy, that office has more room for things like medicinal and material storage, examination rooms, and even room for another doctor in the office. All of this and so much more is possible with simple electronic document management. Think about changing the way you do business today.
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This article was published on 2011/01/16