Paperless Medical Offices – Implementation Considerations
The concept of a paperless office has been something workers in such paperwork heavy industries like insurance, banking and healthcare have been craving for some time. While the idea of a paperless office may seem great, implementing it can be a challenge. The main thing to remember is, when put into practice, “paperless” doesn’t mean no paper, it means less paper.Even without going completely paperless, converting your medical office to a paperless one can have some benefits including decreasing costs of paperwork – supplies, postage, labor and freeing up office space from file cabinets. The biggest benefit of going paperless is saving time finding files and charts. Some studies suggest physicians lose 30% of their time searching for files. Losing a superbill or claim rejection has a
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