Scan the worksheet into the computer. For backup or space saving, copy such
files to a writable CD. If your familiar with a database and do not need a
written worksheet, then this is the best solution. There are prepared and
standard databases in the market place.
"McAninch, Bridget" wrote:
> Go to x-ray film and a database.
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> Subject: paperless files
> We (3 of us) work in a hospital based Vascular Lab and management
> wants to
> get rid of the vascular patients' files. Although we will have
> access to the interpretation of any study done, we will not have
> access to
> the technologist's worksheet. It is the worksheet we value and do
> not want
> to give up. Anyone have a solution?
> Margy Day, RVT