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IMPROVED PATIENT EMR PRIVACY COMING TO ONTARIO?

            What a potential leap forward for patient privacy! In a progressive move, the Ontario government has introduced legislation to safeguard the security and privacy of electronic medical records (EMR). In a nutshell, the legislation … Continue reading

Why PDF is best for Medical Record Scanning?

    RSRS has been performing backfile scanning (existing active paper medical records) for years.  Today, it is often performed in conjunction or in parallel with when a physician or clinic is moving to an EMR system.  There is the … Continue reading

Funny Medical Excerpts, Part Deux

  Now that the laughter has subsided after our first installment of Doctor Humour, we now offer you “Part Deux” as promised. Enjoy!  We skimmed through borrowed copies of Gray’s Anatomy and the Physicians’ Desk Reference to bring you these classic … Continue reading

Funny Medical Record Excerpts (Part #1)

  Laughter is the best medicine.  Humour is infectious. The sound of laughter is more contagious than any cough or sneeze. Laughter can trigger healthy physical changes in the body and has the capacity to boost your energy, diminish pain, … Continue reading

Pediatric Records – Are There Specific Storage and Scanning Requirements?

  Medical record keeping is one of the most essential aspects of patient care.  When deciding whether to scan your paper records into an EMR,  store them electronically in a separate repository,  or retain them in their original paper format, … Continue reading

Steps to Helping Medical Professionals Transition to EMR

Paper records will be with us for a long time. When the call to “go paperless” makes its way into your practice, the issue of what to do with your paper records will come up. When it does, there are … Continue reading