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 The difference between EMRs and paper records is the
difference between clunky file cabinets and cloud storage.
 Digiti...
 Easy storage and no change in quality over time
 Comprehensibility
 Easily accessible
 Better Security
 EMRs make it safer and easier to share medical records.
 Vital information, such as blood type, drugs prescribed, and
m...
 Most physicians find it difficult and painful to work with
EMRs.
 Doctors struggle to work with EMRs due to its complex...
 Doctors find the “click and drop down” capability of an EMR
as a great feature. This leads to errors in the documentatio...
 Audit your medical practice’s documentation procedure
regularly.
 Invite someone outside of your medical practice to re...
 Customization is a time consuming and complex process.
 Some of the EMRs have customization features.
 several templat...
 There is an increased need for granularity of medical data and
specificity in documentation.
 It can be next to impossi...
For details
call
1-877-272-1572
or visit
www.medicaltranscriptionsservice.com
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EMRs have thrown cold water over the use of paper records!

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Know the pros and cons of EMRs.How providers struggle to work with EMRs and why medical practices need an EMR expert.An expert can customize templates and quicken the documentation workflow.

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EMRs have thrown cold water over the use of paper records!

  1. 1. MedicalTranscriptionsService
  2. 2.  The difference between EMRs and paper records is the difference between clunky file cabinets and cloud storage.  Digitizing records makes them more accessible and transferrable.  And despite whispers of dissatisfaction there are several advantages of working with EMRs.
  3. 3.  Easy storage and no change in quality over time  Comprehensibility  Easily accessible  Better Security
  4. 4.  EMRs make it safer and easier to share medical records.  Vital information, such as blood type, drugs prescribed, and medical history, are easy to share at the time of need.  During times of emergency EMRs are life savers and can help in quick medical decision making.
  5. 5.  Most physicians find it difficult and painful to work with EMRs.  Doctors struggle to work with EMRs due to its complex interface and tough navigation.
  6. 6.  Doctors find the “click and drop down” capability of an EMR as a great feature. This leads to errors in the documentation process.  According to a survey the habit of copy and paste has been adopted by 78% of the physicians, who find it better than hand copying procedures which had oodles of error.  As reckless copy pasting can lead to duplication of data.
  7. 7.  Audit your medical practice’s documentation procedure regularly.  Invite someone outside of your medical practice to review your clinical records.  Customize the templates you get from your vendor.  If the EMR systems coding algorithm is updating E/M codes very often then you need to keep an eye on the coding calculator algorithms.
  8. 8.  Customization is a time consuming and complex process.  Some of the EMRs have customization features.  several template customization specialists who can help in customizing EMRs and better align them to the clinical workflow of practices.
  9. 9.  There is an increased need for granularity of medical data and specificity in documentation.  It can be next to impossible for physicians, to manage, the almost unfair demand for pristine documentation.
  10. 10. For details call 1-877-272-1572 or visit www.medicaltranscriptionsservice.com

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