US Laser understands the special needs of healthcare clients. With the sensitive nature of their output, medical offices need to maximize printer productivity to enhance patient care. As the need for electronic medical records increases and HIPAA requirements become stricter, managing documents within the healthcare realm has become harder than ever.
US Laser can help your business streamline clinical workflows, improve forms processing and help import patient information into electronic records.
Scan to EMR
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) systems can help reduce medical errors by capturing and storing patient information electronically, allowing physicians to quickly access critical information. Clinical staff can:
Physician Order Routing
Improving the medication order process is a top priority in virtually every healthcare organization. Unfortunately, fax machines are still commonly used to send handwritten physician’s orders to the pharmacy or a lab for processing, leading to lost, delayed or inaccurate orders. The Clinical Assistant includes an integrated one-touch Orders Routing function that allows nursing staff and clinicians to:
Forms on Demand
Many healthcare facilities are moving away from expensive preprinted forms to storing frequently accessed documents online for printing on demand. However, clinical staff often do not have time to log in to a workstation, locate the document and submit a print job. Forms on Demand allows clinical staff to quickly and easily access forms directly from their MFP, making it easy to:
Patient insurance or identification cards are frequently copied and included with patient files. However, because the cards are typically two-sided, medical staff have to first make a copy of the front of the card, then make another copy for the back – an inefficient use of time and paper. The Card Copy solution allows staff to scan each side of the card and print both sides on one side of a single sheet of paper.
If your company is already using RFID technology for securing doors and other rooms in the office, those same cards could be used for logging in and controlling access to the MFP. The device can be locked down so average users have limited or no access to MFP functionality, but once they tap the RFID card to the reader the user is logged in and able to use functionality on the MFP according to the grouped privileges assigned to them. All this can be done without any additional software on some products, and without some products even needing to be on the network.
To improve the efficiency of your medical office, contact us today.