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MEDICAL RECORD SCANNING

Closing Medical Practice, EMR, Scanning Medical Records, Managing Patient Records, Medical Records Scanning, Tallahassee, Thomasville, Dothan, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Bainbridge, Albany, Tifton, Valdosta, Moultrie, Camilla, Quitman, Crawfordville, Quincy, Monticello, Cairo

Medical Record Scanning, Scan on Demand, Medical Records, EMR, EHR, Hospital Records, Cheap ScanningOur high production medical records scanning team has experience working with healthcare providers of all sizes. We understand what you are faced with in a high intensity environment where records need to be scanned quickly, securely, and accurately. Our continuing HIPAA education ensures that we are in a position to advise you on the most secure and efficient way to manage the conversion of your paper charts, and our absolute guarantee of your happiness with the scanning we do for you ensures that you’ll be glad you partnered with us.

We work on two types of medical record scanning projects: backfile scans of archival records and ongoing scanning support for backlogged medical records departments.

When you need to convert older charts, we’ll spend time looking at them with you and talking through your strategy for what needs to be scanned as compared to what our many other clients scan in similar scenarios. You’ll always get the benefit of our experience, and a commitment that we will help you make a good decision. That means we will challenge your thinking when we disagree on strategy, because we want to earn a long-term place on your medical record team.

Ongoing medical record scanning support looks more like a workflow solution where we will back you up when you have more scanning than your team can handle because of employees missing work, an unusual caseload, or a merger with another clinic. Our team will learn your language and act as an extension of your office when you need us.

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