The Doctor's Office, January 2013
Encounter forms, charge tickets, note cards … when it comes to physician documentation of professional charge information for reimbursement, putting pen to paper (maybe even a napkin) is still a heavily relied upon approach. Despite software advances, high physician adoption of automated processes remains elusive for many practices, and it's costing them money.
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