Medical professionals are constantly putting their patients first, making sure they get potentially life-saving treatment. Doctors and nurses work long hours, risk their health, and expose themselves to stress daily. They spend their careers trying to effectively treat and take care of their patients. To provide this care they sometimes have to spend their valuable time filling out paperwork that facilitates that care.
Even the best medical professionals can’t provide efficient care without instant, secure access to patient records. Efficiency in care can be improved with the ability to access and share information digitally. Transferring records to digital can raise concerns over the safety of Patient Health Information (PHI) and whether it is necessary to access information digitally.
Providing great healthcare is ultimately about serving people. However, navigating mountains of paperwork or the complex claims and revenue cycle process can distract from what really matters – the patient. Having medical records accessible between doctors in a healthcare system allows for quicker and more efficient patient care. Proper medical records management can streamline many of the processes for Hospitals, Physicians Offices, and Managed Care Providers.
Having access to patient history digitally can help medical professionals do their jobs easier, including:
Medical Professionals first concern is always their patients safety, so of course when going digital it should be no different. While converting medical records to digital it is important to keep the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) in mind. Secure protection of PHI is critical to comply with HIPAA privacy and security standards.
To achieve compliance while responsibly processing health data it is important to keep these 3 things in mind:
DOMA’s healthcare information services include records management, medical records outreach, and revenue cycle management. One of the common challenges we help hospitals, private practices, labs, surgery centers, and home health agencies tackle is digitizing their paper records. We can digitize records of any type and migrate already electronic records to a centralized cloud repository including:
With HIPAA compliant digitization, DOMA can convert medical files, lab reports, and billing documentation into fully searchable digital documents that are securely stored in the cloud for instant access. Once your records are converted DOMA’s DX software allows you to store historical records in a HIPAA compliant cloud repository. This data can be recalled easily via an integration with your preferred Electronic Medical/Health Records (EMR or EHR) software.
DOMA Technologies (DOMA) was founded in 2000 as a Cloud-based document management company. Today DOMA delivers comprehensive solutions using the latest tools to help you collaborate with enterprise data. DOMA captures and transforms information through hyper-automation. Our data and document solutions pair traditional practices like scanning with advanced cloud technology to extract, convert, and visualize the data trapped in your documents.
These services, along with the DOMA Experience (DX) software platform are designed to help support your organization’s Digital Transformation journey. With a considerable portfolio of government, healthcare, education, and commercial business customers DOMA has the experience and infrastructure to deploy integrated solutions that address your business challenges with innovation. Contact DOMA to digitize your workflow; DOMA makes complex operations simple across a wide range of industries.