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How Do Walk-in Scanning Prices Compare to Other Services?

Mar 11, 2019  |  by Do you have stacks of papers you would like to digitize? Walk-in scanning services offer the freedom for you to scan data without having to purchase a scanner. Costs Large volumes of scanning cost from 7 to 12 cents per page. But you may have to have as many as 8,000 pages to be able […]

Best of Record Nations 2018: Top 15 Blogs

Feb 18, 2019  |  by Throughout 2018, records management has become increasingly important as companies work to become more efficient. The following blog posts were the most popular in 2018. Records Management Compliance Three of our top blogs help you know the regulations for keeping records. Managing Record Retention Requirements in the Office Don’t be confused by record retention requirements. […]

What Is Medical Record Data Abstraction?

Dec 21, 2018  |  by Abstraction is used to summarize vital information in a patient’s medical record. It is key to transitioning to a paperless medical practice. The process of abstraction takes all forms of the medical records and converts them to digital format. What Is Medical Data Abstraction? When you migrate to a paperless medical practice, you will combine […]

How to Properly Back Up Your Data

Nov 29, 2018  |  by We generate an unbelievable amount of data every day—2.5 quintillion bytes. According to Forbes, 90% of all data has been created in the last two years, and by the year 2020, one-third of all data will pass through the cloud. All data that you are responsible for needs to be backed up, safely and securely. […]

Creating a Records Management Program: How to Balance Your Priorities

Oct 25, 2018  |  by Creating a Records Management Program requires a healthy balance of costs, security, and productivity. The best way to set these priorities is to evaluate your own processes. Costs Cost efficiency depends on the type of information you keep and manage as well as the legal retention requirements. Offsite Records Storage If you have records that […]

How RIM Programs Work

Sep 24, 2018  |  by You keep vital information that needs careful attention. RIM systems make sure you are protected from making mistakes with this information. RIM helps you to identify, store, secure, track and destroy your important documents appropriately. Records Information Management (RIM) Records Information Management is often simply referred to as RIM. The entire life cycle of your […]

How FACTA Impacts Records Management

Jul 02, 2018  |  by The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) was enacted in 2003 to ensure the protection of consumers’ personal data. It provides consumers with the means to monitor their credit scores and dispute inaccuracies. FACTA guarantees that businesses are taking precautions to prevent identity theft. FACTA’s Impacts on Businesses A Records Destruction Plan Since FACTA […]

Are You Disposing Hard Drives Safely?

Jun 18, 2018  |  by When you delete files from your computer, they can still be recovered. That’s wonderful if you need to recover your own files. But if someone else gets a hold of files you intentionally deleted, it’s a whole different story. Destroying Data Someone may advise you to take a hammer, drill, or screw driver to the […]

What to Do Once You Finish Scanning

Jun 01, 2018  |  by If you are going to digitize your records, the most important step in this process is deciding what to do with your records once they are scanned. Last Steps in Scanning When you transition to digital record keeping, you will want to make informed decisions about how to store these newly digitized records. Cloud Storage is a […]

How Facilities Bundle Storage and Shredding

May 16, 2018  |  by You’ve made the decision to store your records in a facility. You’ve been able to access files when necessary, but now some of your records have reached their expiry date. What should you do? Shred Outdated Documents Most record storage facilities offer a plan for records at the end of their retention period. They partner […]