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What Is the EMR Mandate?

Dec 2nd 2021 | Posted By: redblink

The new EMR systems have helped the hospitals by the cumbersome user experience. Now, there is no need to get frustrated by endless clicking and time-consuming old medical documentation methods.

Apart from providing regulatory compliance and billing, EMR Mandate helps in providing better patient care by maintaining updated records.

Earlier Medical Record ERP systems were on-premise solutions. Regular IT maintenance and consulting to run them smoothly were mandatory. So, small hospitals couldn’t have such expensive software.

The EMR Mandate is like an ultimate service to the small as well as big hospitals. The easy online record maintenance methods without any aggravations are superb. Moreover, all medical staff can use it without undergoing any special training.

The post explains the in-depth working, benefits, and future implementation of the EMR system.

What is the EMR Mandate?

EMR Mandate is a provision to convert patient records to...

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How Much Does Microfilm Microfiche Digitization Cost?

Oct 7th 2020 | Posted By: redblink

Did you ever look up a news article in a 50-year-old newspaper to read what it said? Chances are you didn’t actually hold the paper in your hands. It would’ve have been far too fragile for that.

Instead, a librarian took you to a microfiche or microfilm reader, placed a card or roll of film into a reader, and showed you how to find the date, the section, and the article you were seeking.

This all happened because, 50 years ago, it was someone’s job to take photos of that newspaper and turn it into microfilm. The precarious nature of paper, which is so easily degraded and destroyed, necessitated that archivists find a better way of keeping permanent records.

The problem has become that microfilm isn’t eternal either. Microfilm is reported to have a life expectancy of 500 years. For it to achieve that noble length of useful life, it must be kept in a relatively pristine state, with no internal contaminants.

It also has to be...

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Scan Archival, Rare & Fragile, Historical Documents

Jul 19th 2020 | Posted By: PANKAJ SHARMA

With over a decade of experience, variety of professional digitizing equipment to handle any type of books or documents, eRecordsUSA is a local San Francisco Bay Area, California small business, specialized in handling digitization project of various Archival, Rare, Fragile, Historical Document Scanning, with capacity and capability to handle projects of any any size and complexity.

Historical Archive Scanning

eRecordsUSA, has been digitizing, such archival, rare materials for libraries, schools, universities, individuals, corporations, publishers, collectors, local city, county, and state government & organizations for over a decade. Our archival rare fragile book document scanning delivers digitization services to other imaging companies as a back end service provider.

We are the real deal ! Historical Archive Scanning includes hand written letters, post cards, books, journals, documents, drawings, artwork, maps, blueprints,...

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Archival Digitization by Certified MBE, WOSB, Minority Women Owned Small Business

Mar 23rd 2020 | Posted By: eRecordsUSA

ARCHIVAL DIGITIZATION SERVICES

eRecordsUSA an Archival Digitization service provider is a now, CERTIFIED Minority and Women-Owned Small Business Enterprise. Providing secure confidential & high-quality professional archival digitization, document scanning & data entry services to small to large-sized businesses & many Fortune 500 companies in a variety of fields such as banking, law, manufacturing, insurance, healthcare, IT, construction, publishing, pharmaceuticals, city & county departments, libraries, educational institutes such as universities, colleges and schools now for over a  decade.

We are happy to confirm that, in accordance with the certification guidelines set forth by the National Minority Supplier Development Council, eRecordsUSA is now a Certified Minority Small Business Enterprise by the WRMSDC. 

 

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Points to Ponder When Considering the Digitization of Old Documents

Aug 21st 2018 | Posted By: Webmaster

Old documents is a relative term as some can be historic, important and serve as part of an essential collection of documents or archives. Naturally, there are also old documents that, while handy in terms of data, are just not that relevant in terms of hard copies. The good news is that for both groups, the digitization of old documents is an easy and effective solution.

What would digitization of old documents involve? Generally, it would mean packing up the documents in the way most suited to preserving them and getting them to their destination unharmed, then having experts scan them in high resolution before re-packing and returning them or simply shredding them. The scans are turned into digital archives that can be saved to a cloud based server or stored on some sort of secure and encrypted media, such as a large and free standing hard drive.

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