Personal health information (PHI) includes medical histories, lab results, mental health conditions, insurance information, and more. Laws like HIPAA and HITECH protect PHI from unauthorized access and misuse to protect the identity of the patient.
Medical providers must stay in compliance with HIPAA and other privacy laws. Medical record scanning and storage services will help you to maintain compliance and better manage your practice. Our trusted providers will assist you through the digitizing process and offer safe storage solutions for both digital and physical records.
Preparing Medical Records for Scanning in Littleton
Medical record scanning with Record Nations Littleton is an easy process. You will enjoy the accessibility of finding the files you need with a simple keyword search. You will also be able to move your files to an Electronic Health Record System (EHR) for even more benefits to your practices.
To begin your medical record scanning project, follow these 3 easy steps:
- Request free quotes from local scanning providers by calling or filling out the form. Include the number of records you would like to scan and the level of detail you want for each file.
- Within minutes, several medical record scanning companies will contact you.
- Select the company that best fits your needs and together you can start your scanning project.
Medical Records Storage Services
Medical records storage is commonly paired with medical record scanning to create a complete and thorough record management system. We have digital cloud storage and physical storage options available to cover all of your needs.
Our compliant physical storage providers help you to open up space in your office by moving files offsite. You will also enjoy security benefits including: theft and loss prevention with 24/7 monitoring and environmental protection from climate, fire, and flood.
Medical Records Custodian
When a Littleton healthcare facility closes, a person or company is appointed as the custodian to manage the patient records. Colorado requires patient records to be accessible for 10 years, but it may vary by county or even type of practice.
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.
Record Nations Littleton can help you find a local provider to manage your records, release needed information and destroy the records after the retention period.
Get Free, No-Obligation Quotes on Medical Record Scanning and Storage in Littleton
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