4 Ways to Act: Assigning Documents with Inbound Document Routing

When processing clinical documentation, an abundance of paperwork is a sign of a long day and potential headaches. The longer you spend on paper documents, the longer it takes to earn a profit from your investments. In addition, services to patients may be prolonged if specific documents are missing or withheld due to limited efficiencies in procedures.

TIMS Inbound Document Routing (IDR) eliminates the paperwork and increases procedural performance in more ways than one. With an inventive File Watcher service, behold as files and documents are pulled in and displayed with celerity. Files are placed into observed folders and are displayed to be routed to their secured destination. Upon the selection of a document, it can be processed and assigned in a streamlined fashion. The following are four ways in which actions can be taken when assigning documents: 

1.  Create a New Intake

Create a new intake if documents are associated with a new patient. The capability to view the document from intake is also available. If users need to reference the document at a subsequent period, the file will be placed into TIMS Imaging for later viewing. Furthermore, users can fax an order confirmation letter back to the referral source if they wish. This act of service will keep the referral source on the same page, and extra work on the back end can be saved for another day.  

2.  Attach to an Open Intake

You have the ability to attach a document to an open intake. All documents will be directly tied to the intake that is specified, giving the user a streamlined experience. The document is attached through IDR and can be assigned to any open intake. Access to the document can be viewed through the intake, a task, and TIMS Imaging.   

3.  Add to TIMS Imaging 

Why fax a document when you can e-fax? If faxing is no longer a part of the equation, then countless manila file folders to archive patient documents aren’t either. With TIMS Imaging, all documents associated with patients are kept securely. shutterstock_206994166_files.jpg  

4.  Create a Task

A task is created with the document attached. Create a task for an existing patient. Classify the document and assign someone to take action on the task associated with the document. The document can be viewed from the task and TIMS Imaging. 

Reduce extra costs in the office. Let IDR work for you as it helps to cut downtime taken on tasks. Become efficient with Inbound Document Routing and all of its encompassing features.   


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