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Hospitals, clinics, and private practices must manage an abundance of medical records and billing information each day. Physicians are required to retain patient medical records and recordings, including deceased patients, for a minimum of 10 years from the date of the patient’s last visit.
Hospitals and clinics have similar policies to abide by. Overtime, this amounts to a lot of records and even more paper!
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Polar Imaging has been supporting hospitals and physician clinics across Ontario to better manage paper-based patient records and automate manual processes.
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