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Dealing with Paper Post–Document Imaging

Author: Dinh, Angela K.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: May 2009


The electronic health record (EHR) has been a work in progress for decades. According to a 2007 American Hospital Association information technology survey, 68 percent of hospitals have a partially or fully implemented EHR.1

Today’s health information environment is made up of....

Using Document Imaging to Strengthen Revenue Cycle

Author: Clark, Jill S

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 2009


For many organizations, document imaging is the first step toward implementing a fully electronic health record. Document imaging allows staff members across an organization to access electronic documents simultaneously. Three practitioners share their experiences on how this accessibility can....

In Search of Document Imaging Best Practices

Author: Burrington-Brown, Jill

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 2008


The number of healthcare providers implementing document imaging as a part of their electronic health record solution is on the rise. In order to help others navigate the process, the following HIM professionals offer their experiences in planning, selecting, and implementing document imaging....

State of Document Management: an HIM Roundtable

Author: Friedman, Beth

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 2005


In this panel discussion, four experts discuss the big picture and the fine grain of document management now and in the years ahead.
Document imaging, document management, electronic document management systems (EDMS)... these terms have all been part of the HIM vernacular for more than....

Managing Virtual Employees: Strategies for Managing Your Department with Document Imaging and the Electronic Medical Record

Author: Stewart, Letha E.

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 15, 2004

Overview

Managing the HIM department has historically meant managing employees in a traditional work setting with an emphasis on "eyeball" management. As healthcare embraces technology and works toward the computerized patient record, more employees will have the ability to work remotely....

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