Paperless is Better

by Larry Emmott on November 5, 2007

in General,Management,Paperless

Think about the human effort to make the chart, type the label, arrange the contents, file new bits when they arrive in the mail, write the notes, pull the charts every day and then re-file them. And of course there is the daily ritual of the lost chart, which no one can find only to have it turn up days later hiding in a stack on the doctor’s desk.

Paperless charts are not only possible, they are faster, better organized and even less expensive that old fashioned paper records. In order to prepare to meet the demands of the patient of the future; go digital.

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