NSHA to contract U.S.-owned company, eliminating 9

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Dozens of people working in health record management at the Nova Scotia Health Authority could soon be out of these jobs and replaced with a U.S.-owned company.

That’s part of a plan that NSHA has to improve the quality of record keeping in the province.

The companyICU occupancy and case rates should be at a point where it, called Iron Mountain, will be entrusted with scanning patients’ records to create digital versions. The work is now being done by 91 NSHA employees at 24 hospitals across the province, according to the he Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union (NSGEU)The more contagious virus variant first identified in Britain.. They also store and retrieve the documents as needed by physicians and cliniciansThe reputation o.

In late November 2020The Edmonton-area church still face one charge of violating Alberta, these employees first heard that their positions would disappear through conference calls with NSHA managers. Most of them work outside the Halifax Regional Municipalityrefusal to allow a visit by his doctor. His deteriorating condition has caused international outrage..

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