Clinicians who lead employee health (EH) departments have many things to consider in switching from paper to electronic records. While electronic solution adoption among physicians is high (85.9%), EH is slower to forgo paper records. A Net Health poll found that 40% of its audience of EH professionals were doing many tasks on paper.
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Lessen your human and financial costs with a software solution that:
Eases the burden of keeping track of and retrieving consent forms for immunizations and other employee paperwork,
Leverages self-service functionality for employees, such as portals, to reduce the time your staff spends fulfilling record requests, appointments and messages manually,
Manages clinical and administrative data while safeguarding regulatory and accreditation compliance, and
Integrates telehealth and mobile technology to provide care and services across locations.
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