From IRS.gov. In May, 2006, the IRS released this statement that discusses scanning your financial records as a way to mitigate potential losses due to hurricanes and other natural disasters.
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Studies have shown the most businesses that lose their documents to disasters like hurricane Iris will be shut down within 3 years. It is very hard to recover without your customer files, employee files, financial records, and other important business documents. The Scan Man assembled a complete list of documents you should be protecting.
These documents should be scanned and converted to PDF, and stored online.
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I’ve been waiting for the day that my physician or hospital hands me an iPad and lets me sing-in on a nice app. That day is here!
From the pages of Mashable:
Electronic health record (EHR) platform Drchrono just released OnPatient, an iPad application that health care providers can now use in lieu of paper forms and clunky clipboards. Continue reading “iPad App Replaces Paper Patient Checkin Forms” »
From the pages of Healthcare IT News. Rumors about electronic medical records continue to persist, but one vendor is trying to separate the myths from the facts.
Practice Fusion, a San Francisco-based EMR developer has identified the top five worst EMR myths: Continue reading “Top 5 worst EMR myths” »