Data Capture Technology to Advance Electronic Health Records

There is no disputing the electronic health record (EHR) market is undergoing drastic changes and has been doing so for a while now. While these changes have brought on barriers to acceptance, there are continued signs that the use of EHR applications is catching on. However, the pace seems to have slowed and signs point …
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Top Three Reasons Organizations Still Don’t Go Paperless

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Industry education about the benefits of going paperless has been going on for years. The Internet is full of sources highlighting the many benefits. They include improvements to work efficiency, reductions in human errors, cost and time savings, and of course helping save the environment. Despite this, a recent survey found only 17 percent of …
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Three Must-Have Document Technologies for Accountants During Tax Seasons

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According to recent IRS data, it still receives some eight million tax returns annually filed on paper. The use of paper during tax season doesn’t appear to be going away either. A NerdWallet and Harris Poll survey found that 17 percent of millennials used pen and paper to file by mail last year. This doesn’t even account for …
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Top 5 Document Management Features Every Healthcare Practice Should Leverage

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It’s well known in the industry that document management systems are widely used in healthcare. Healthcare organizations deal with a ton of different types of documents in their daily work. There are insurance cards, driver licenses, patient charts, treatment authorization forms and much more. A document management system (DMS) enables healthcare organizations to go paperless …
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