Medical Record Scanning in Los Angeles
Hurricane Katrina destroyed the paper records of hundreds of clinics, hospitals and medical offices. Did you know the loss of those important paper files forced many of those same medical practices to close their doors forever?
How safe are the paper records in your business office from fire flood or tornado? The truth is.....they are not safe. Keeping your patient information stored as paper files can be dangerous and outdated way to store your key client data.
Clinics, hospitals and medical offices ask the members of the medical scanning the following types of questions in response to being asked ""What Can We Do For You"". Do you have similar needs and if so call a couple of the members in your area to find out what can be done for you too.
- discussed hiring your company to help with scanning dental documents.
- Document scanning of approximately 1 million pages of medical record information into a designated shared drive. The documents will need to be organized into specific files given.
- I have a client that is converting to EMR and is struggling to complete the scanning.
- We have charts that are 7 year and older that we need to get rid of, deceased chart and charts that are under 7 years .charts that are 7 years and older we need them to be shredded
- looking for a document scanning company to scan patient results and put them on disks for us in a PDF format. This would be a monthly service. Is there anyway I can get a quote for this type of service.
Why Scan Your Patient Records?
Start your Medical Record Scanning Project now to enjoy these benefits.
Save Time and Money by Scanning Medical Records.
There are all kinds of studies that state how much it costs to create, store, find a document. For example, one study suggests 13% of all files are lost and we spend over a quarter of time searching for those files. Another study suggests it takes 18 minutes on average to locate a file. In some instances, this equates to over $10,000 per year. Money is also saved in reducing the need for so much office space delegated to medical chart storage.