Medical Records Scanning Maryland
In today’s world, one can never be too careful regarding their personal information. This holds especially true with regard to medical records, or other such confidential records. With the endless march of updated federal regulations and laws regarding medical confidentiality, the same holds true for how to properly store and keep medical records in a doctor’s office. Resource Data Management offers medical record scanning for Maryland and other local states doctors’ offices, hospitals and other related facilities. We would love to be the service you call on to scan and help you store your medical records.
Up to date on all the latest laws and regulations with regard to medical record scanning and storage, we are well-equipped to help your office store them. We will work with you to ensure your records stay confidential and secure.
We are different from the rest. We manage and focus on the details, never making sacrifices to the quality work we do. We take our time to make sure that each and every document we scan is accurate and that the scan itself is clear and legible. Time is a wasting. Call Resource Data Management today to set up your free records management analysis!
The RDM Eight Step Approach to Medical Records Scanning
Our Eight Step Approach provides healthcare organizations the opportunity to outsource patient chart scanning while their office continues to operate normally. The 15 years of experience that we bring to the table means we can take action to prevent and avoid many of the pitfalls that can occur during the scanning process. The Eight Step Approach includes:
- Preparing the documents to be transported to RDM’s Production Scanning Facility
- Receipt of documents
- Document preparation
- Quality Control
- Importing data into your Electronic Medical Records (EMR)/Electronic Health Record (EHR) System
- Inventorying of your documents and disposition
Once you begin your pursuit of medical records storage through RDM, you will want to gather a rough estimate of the number of patient charts that will be stored. Our pricing unfolds by the page scanned and stored, or the ultimate volume of these files. In most cases, the need to access historical patient data is minimal. When this situation arises, we offer your medical office the opportunity to store hard copies at our facilities. If such a record would be needed by you, one of our staff will quickly scan such records and provide you access upon the quick completion of that task.
Medical Records Scanning and More
Are you interested in learning more about medical record scanning in Maryland? Call Resource Data Management at 215-953-5175 or you can contact us to get a Free Records Analysis.