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Is Technology Your Master or Your Servant?


Your Master - EMR Systems

Many EMR systems require a complete electronic conversion of the medical practice. They demand a radical change in the management of the practice by completely restructuring how information is entered into the system, often requiring cumbersome data input by the physician. The results can be disastrous: Major practice disruptions, unsatisfactory data entry, and compromised patient care.


Your Servant - Document Imaging System

A document imaging system gives the option of using both paper and electronic documents harmoniously. The electronic record fully maintains the "look and feel" of the familiar and comfortable paper chart. Nothing has to change in the method by which the physician performs his or her documentation of patient care. Unlike an EMR system that requires your staff to learn new applications, document imaging allows your staff to maintain their modus operandi; thus incurring minimal interruption and requiring a short learning curve.

Forces physicians to change mode of practice

Every practicing physician has developed a comfortable method of documenting patient care. In multi-physician practices, where some doctors are more comfortable with technology than other, an EMR solution that demands complete and absolute electronic conversion is disruptive and profoundly obtrusive to physicians who are comfortable and satisfied with the status quo.

Maintains mode of practice

Most doctors' object to a dramatic change in how they practice; accordingly, document imaging allows physicians to maintain their paper-base data entry system, but have the flexibility to allow for computer data entry if desired. A physician's style of practicing medicine remains unscathed.


Difficult paper-to digital transition

Established practices have a profusion of existing paper patient charts; when implementing an EMR system, these charts must either be incorporated into the new system or maintained-on paper - as a separate "archive," necessitating the ongoing use of tow distinct chart systems for several years. Many EMR systems require the information in past medical records to be manually typed into the new system; this requires a highly-trained staff member to meticulously review each page of the existing patient chart and type it into the electronic chart.
Easy paper-to-digital transition

Document imaging requires no data entry. Every past medical record is scanned into the system with high-speed scanners in batches that are electronically labeled. This provides an electronically organized archive of every paper record once stored in racks, and has been proven to be the most efficient and reliable solution for converting paper to electronic format



Difficult to learn

A major disadvantage of EMR systems can be the initial disruption to a practice during the training and implementation phase. Complicated interfaces and data-entry programs require extensive training and demand inordinate physician attention and oversight during the integration phase. EMR systems require days and even weeks of physician and staff training to merely return to their former level of efficiency and patient volume.
Easy to learn

The power of our document imaging system lies behind the fact that the physician and clinical staff will master the system is less than 15 minutes. Because the physician and support staff continues their normal workflow patterns for the daily tasks of medical documentation, the training process is very short.



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