TAB/Document Imaging Technologies
What is TAB?
TAB/Document Imaging Technologies (DIT) provides electronic document management solutions for a diverse number of clients in a variety of industries including medical and pharmaceutical. With medical offices moving from paper to electronic charts, TAB/Document Imaging Technologies can help make the transition much easier. TAB/Document Imaging Technologies has helped numerous healthcare organizations save money and make better business decisions by converting, managing and organizing the documents that drive their business.
What Services does TAB/Document Imaging Technologies (DIT) Provide?
Document Imaging Technologies (D.I.T.) offers a suite of smart business solutions that solve document workflow and information access challenges. Leveraging cutting-edge technology and decades of industry experience, D.I.T. converts paper and electronic information into discoverable data that is automated, accessible and actionable. Some services include:
- Outsourcing Document Scanning – Conversion of paper charts to electronic charts.
- Document shredding.
- Streamlining EHR Chart Filing – SimpleChart.
- Patient Chart Abstracting Services.
- Increasing providers EHR documentation accuracy by managing electronic content rather than paper documents.
Now you can translate your document information into business intelligence with D.I.T.
Additional services include: Electronic Records and Information, Document Imaging Services, TAB Smart Document Purging, Records Center Services, File Room Management, Offsite Box Audits, Records Management Program Design, File Conversions, File Moves and Relocation.
Why Use TAB/Document Imaging Technologies (DIT) Products and Services?
TAB makes the items and information essential to your business easy to store, find and use. As your trusted business partner, they can help you save money, increase efficiency and keep your assets safe.
Where is TAB Located?
TAB’s United States Headquarters is in Mayville, Wisconsin. TAB’s Canadian Headquarters is in Toronto, Ontario.
Who is on TAB’s Leadership Team?
Bill Graham is CEO of TAB Products LLC and Ted Jaroszewicz is Chairman.
What is Document and/or Digital Records Imaging?
Document imaging refers to the conversion of hard copy medical records to electronic files on digital networking systems. Many medical organizations scan old documents into an online-based system that enables physicians to create and manage new records.
What is the Purpose of Document Imaging in Healthcare?
Document imaging is used for converting paper documents into digital files. It helps in reducing costs related to paper storage, increase efficiency, enhance security, and improve information access
What are the Benefits of Medical Records For Imaging?
- Find Information – Easily store and find the information and assets essential to your business.
- Reduce Costs – Reduce staffing overhead and stop paying to store what you no longer need
- Manage Risk – Keep track of all your information and assets to minimize risk and maintain compliance.
- Optimize Filing – Minimize your paper problems and streamline your business processes through optimizing your file storage and access.
What is an Electronic Health Records Management System?
An Electronic Health Record (EHR) is an electronic version of a patient’s medical history, that is maintained by the provider over time, and may include all of the key administrative clinical data relevant to that persons care under a particular provider, including demographics, progress notes, problems, medications, vital signs, past medical history, immunizations, laboratory data and radiology reports.
The EHR automates access to information and has the potential to streamline the clinician’s workflow. The EHR also has the ability to support other care-related activities directly or indirectly through various interfaces, including evidence-based decision support, quality management, and outcomes reporting.
Are Electronic Medical Records Mandatory?
The Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Mandate requires healthcare providers to convert all medical charts to a digital format. Additionally, it’s a condition under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), whose objective is to incentivize and fund healthcare professionals using EMR.
How to Get Further Savings on Medical Records Imaging and Management Through MPPG
Information is an asset. It can also be a drain on resources. To reduce costs, better manage your files, and increase profitability through digital record keeping that works for your practice’s needs, contact MPPG to set up a free quote.