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John Day

How are hard copies of the documents maintained? We scan everything except medical records, but still file in the traditional way. I want to change to a chronologic filing system, perhaps in conjunction with bates-stamping so that we can promptly find an original if we need it?

Has anyone tried that?


We would do that too, but the problem is one of space. We just don't have enough space on the network to do this.

And now that my boss's practice is (finally!) expanding, we have less space than ever on the network.

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