Get patient information in real time
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!
Control records in compliance with regulations
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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The average cost to process one manual invoice is $15 - Aberdeen Group Nearly 62% of invoice processing costs are made up of staff labour - APQC The cost to locate a lost document can reach $120, and the cost to replace it, as much as $220 - AIIM 80% of inbound...read more