ECM helps healthcare organizations to bridge the gap between EHRs and older paper-based patient files. Find out how ECM enables you to see all records related to your patients with a single keyword search. (Includes a podcast with Sean Morris!)
The use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) continues to grow in response to Health IT initiatives. However, many practices struggle to see a resulting increase in quality of care, or worse yet, some are seeing revenues decline following their investment. Though this issue can be complicated, ECM offers a strong starting point to bridge the Health IT technology gap, because it allows practices to quickly and easily access paper-based records from within the EHR.
Electronic Health Records (EHR) are incomplete without historic, paper-based patient files. Find out how ECM can help link paper-based information into an EHR application to improve the quality of care for your patients.
Find out how Children’s Hospital and the Mental Health Center of Denver are bridging the information divide using ImageSilo® and PaperVision® Enterprise. Electronic content management (ECM) solutions collaborate with EHRs to turn paper files into complete electronic charts.
Many EHR systems do not easily integrate information from older, paper-based records, yet most healthcare organizations have decades of older records. The information in these older records is essential for physicians trying to diagnose and treat patients. Find out how Rockland Eye Clinic uses the ECM system called PaperVision® Enterprise in conjunction with their EHR to improve patient care.
Implementing EHRs in your healthcare practice will not give you access to all of your historic, paper-based records. Find out why ECM is an essential component to get the most out of your EHR implementation.
The inefficiencies of paper records will stymie healthcare professionals when the influx of new patients hits as the Affordable Care Act reaches implementation in 2014. Find out how ImageSilo® Cloud ECM is helping The University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago to prepare.
The Mental Health Center of Denver used PaperVision® Capture and PaperVision® Enterprise to convert their paper medical files into Electronic Health Records (EHR). Along the way, they improved patient care and earned 1315% ROI on their investment.