Learn more about Records and Document Management
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Delivering Paper Medical Charts to the Digital Age
A lot is made about the advent of the Electronic Medical Record and with good reason. The technology that allows medical practitioners to access real-time information and patient history with the click of a mouse has already proven itself and undoubtedly helped to save lives...
Medical Records Reference Guide
At one time medical records were as simple as notes that were kept by physicians in their office. Many times the physician would be the only one who read those notes, and they would be brief and kept in a simple folder with the patient’s name on the outside of a folder. Certainly, there was no concern...
How to Keep your Files Organized
Paper files may seem more efficient to many people but that may be simply because they are familiar. They take up a lot of room, though, and they can be quite heavy when files need to be moved or new systems established. They disappear, too, or they seem to at times, just as electronic files do...
A Guide to SGML - Standard Generalized Markup Lang
Around the world today, the need for information is strongly felt. Information needs to be created, distributed, accessed and utilized for a complete revolution to be made in any sector of the nation. Hence, there comes the need to accurately manage information, no matter how bulky the data...
Guide to Microforms
Microforms are defined as a microreproduction of any type of picture or document to be viewed, stored, or printed. Generally, microform images and documents are stored at 25 percent of their original size on film or paper. Microforms are common in libraries and other archives, where space is limited but information is great.