It’s important to take care of patient medical records. This is for legal reasons as well as the well-being of your patients. Depending on the practice, the charts may need to be stored offsite or converted digitally.
Our network of professionals in California can help you with you document management project. Our providers offer secure, reliable, and complaint services throughout the entire process.
HIPAA and HITECH compliant medical record imaging processes and medical record storage facilities can index, scan, or store large volumes of documents quickly at a reasonable price.
Preparing Medical Records for Scanning in Fresno
Our medical record scanning experts provide free quotes based on your specific scanning needs and the amount of patient records or charts you have. It’s critical to protect patient health information (PHI). You need to ensure the information remains private and secure at all times.
Patient privacy is important and medical records are sensitive with information and content. They need to be properly taken care of during the scanning procedures.
HIPAA, or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, is a law that was passed in 1996. The law was made for a number of purposes. One of which is to ensure the confidential handling of health records.
Files need to be properly handled during storage and scanning projects. It’s important to remain compliant with HIPAA and its privacy regulations. This is not just a moral obligation to your patients. There is also a legal obligation.
Our medical record scanning is a simple, hassle-free process:
- Fill out the form or give us a call at (559) 339-0572 with the details of your project so we can get an accurate quote. It’s important to provide an estimate of boxes for the project. This will help us create the best price estimate for you.
- A secure local scanning contractor that is HIPAA and HITECH compliant will contact you shortly.
- Each provider in your area will send you a customized quote based on your requirements.
- Then, you select the provider that fits your needs best, and they’ll start the scanning process.
Using a Medical Records Storage Service will help you open up office space, increase productivity, and reduce the chance of medical records being lost. It’s important to find a records storage facility that will be able to give you access whenever you need it.
Secure offsite medical records storage companies provide you with an easy way to back up and store critical patient files. You can even limit who has access to the files and set different levels of security to protect patient privacy.
Medical Records Custodian
Custodians of medical records can store physical copies in a secure storage facility or scan the documents and store them electronically using an EMR system. With either option, patient records must be readily available upon request. Failure to produce forms could result in fines or penalties.
California law requires patient files to be stored for at least seven years.
Using a medical custodian takes the liability off of you or your practice. Hiring a company to manage your facility’s medical records ensures you will remain in compliance and your past patients will continue to receive care and support.
Record Nations Fresno can help you find a local provider to manage your records, release needed information and destroy the records after the retention period.
Get Free Quotes on Medical Record Scanning and Storage in Fresno Today!
Record Nations’ medical records scanning & storage services will connect you with a medical records scanning provider that is HIPAA and FACTA compliant.
We’ll handle your project quickly and securely. Our membership of professional medical record service providers are ready and capable of handling your sensitive records.
Call us at (559) 339-0572 or fill out the form for free quotes on services from local providers.
Record Nations Fresno Location
Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30 to 5:30.
Record Nations proudly serves Fresno and these nearby cities:
Fresno | Reedley | Selma | Tulare