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Case Study: NW Healthcare & Wellness Center

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One of the strategies advanced by the new administration in Washington to reduce health care costs is modernization of the information technology (IT) infrastructure of care providers. President Obama's 2009 economic stimulus package, otherwise known as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) devotes nearly $20 billion in incentives to hospitals and physicians to implement electronic health record (EHR) systems. Surprisingly, while much of commercial and personal life has gone online, only about four percent of the 200,000 small practices (made up of 10 doctors or less) owns or make substantial use of an EHR system. Most still store their patient records in rows of file cabinets. NW HEALTHCARE AND WELLNESS CENTER PREVIEWS THE COMING WAVE OF FULLY ELECTRONIC FILE STORAGE FOR THE SMALL MEDICAL PRACTICE WITH M-FILES CASE STUDY THE PRACTICAL PATH TO A MODERNIZED MEDICAL OFFICE DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT RECORDS MANAGEMENT Company Name NW Healthcare and Wellness Center Industry Healthcare Location Washington, United States WHY M-FILES?

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