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The article suggests five tips for physicians to decrease the amount of administrative work they encounter on a daily basis.
This article describes how medical practices can better cope with the large volume of incoming faxes they receive and streamline their communication processes.
The author urges physicians to become "defensive filers" by learning what information is worth saving in a paper or electronic file and what can be thrown away.
The author reflects on the causes of unnecessary and burdensome paperwork in doctors' lives.
The author explains the Universal Credentialing Data Source, a system developed by the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare to enable physicians to be credentialed or update their credentials by faxing or e-mailing their information to one place rather than having to send it to each insurance company they contract with.
This article describes how physicians can create an "electronic filing cabinet" that allows them to access select journal articles and other medical references easily, quickly and from any computer.
A time-management expert offers physicians tips for taking control of the growing volume of paperwork and reading materials that they must deal with so that it doesn't add stress to their busy lives.
It really can be a do-it-yourself project – and you probably have the basic tools already.
Argues that information management on larger and larger scales is crucial to family practice; introduces Bradd article on practice intranet and Endsley article on clinical instrument panel.
This updated and expanded collection of orders can help you admit patients more efficiently and effectively.