Ricoh Patient Chart Scanning Solutions – an integration of people-process-technology – is driven by the needs of large enterprises and focused on driving real improvement.
Are your paper-driven processes slowing down workflow or contributing to inaccurate data use?
The limitations of paper charts and the inability to access and update information can adversely affect quality
of care. Ricoh offers a complete scanning workflow solution for capturing patient charts, loose filing and
importing faxes into a patient directory structure or directly to the EMR. Paper-based processes are replaced
by efficient electronic workflows that help in improving accuracy and access to critical information.
Is your practice pursuing Meaningful Use incentives? Are you monitoring regulatory requirements
and/or ensuring achievement of MU?
Integrating paper with Electronic Medical Records is an important step in meeting compliance and information
security requirements. Ricoh's digital scanning technology makes it easy to file, search, retrieve and
disseminate documents in the EMR, supporting both your regulatory and MU achievement goals.
Are your paper-based clinical charts hurting billing and revenue collection?
The Ricoh Patient Chart Document Scanning Solutions addresses the inefficiencies, and clinical and financial
ramifications, related to paper-centric clinical records along with the associated time-consuming bottlenecks.
As a result, it helps to improve billing and revenue collection.
- People. Our Patient Chart Scanning Team focuses on helping you optimize your information workflow,
speed and efficiency. They work with you to understand your requirements, and then create a scanning
solution that can help improve access to clinical information and enhance caregiver collaboration.
- Process. Ricoh's proven process starts with a needs assessment based on document volume and desired
workflow. The goal is to create a document scanning solution that is robust, easy to use and cost
- Technology. Our proven technologies represent a combination of software, hardware and services that
address the inefficiencies and clinical and financial ramifications related to paper-centric clinical records
and the associated bottlenecks that can impede care delivery.