August 10, 2022
August 4, 2022
With the Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Mandate in place, the next step towards the digitalization of electronic records could be focused on transferring documents and certificates of healthcare workers and clinicians. Below are the key outcomes of our survey of 10,000+ DirectShifts’ member clinicians about the current scenario of how they are maintaining their certificates and documents and the difficulties they face while storing them.
We found that 49.30% of clinicians were using personal computer drives to store their documents and 22.4% were using Google Drives this ads upto a total of 71.7% of clinicians store their documents online. While 28.30% of people are still using offline modes for storing their documents.
47% of clinicians said yes and would like to pay a subscription fee for the same. While 39.4% of clinicians said they do not want to use a secure digital document storing system. The rest, 13.6%, were unsure about their decision.
With this we can conclude that if clinicians are offered a high security digital document storing facility with apt features and fair pricing, majority of them would definately use as well pay for the service.
Aiming to transform the healthcare industry into a digitally empowered sector, DirectShifts brings to you the Digital Document Wallet. This feature helps organize, manage, and track your credentialing documentation on a secure, free platform.