Los Angeles Medical Document Scanning Services
Companies starting medical record digital imaging projects have been contacting our members for years. These are the types of jobs they need completed in Los Angeles. Please contact the members of the association and tell them what you need to have done. Here Are Actual Quotes From Customers:
"I need 1600 thin medical charts scanned into PDF format and placed on usb or cd for integration into emr. I would like a cost quote and how long for project. Can you scan on site (my office) or only at your facilities? Time and quote est. for each. Files are in Los Angeles."
"We have an estimated of 3,000 medical charts in Los Angeles that need to be scanned. Please send quote."
"From time to time, we receive large medical record files (1,000-2,000 page), in hard copy that need to be scanned into electronic format. What is your cost per page scanned in Los Angeles."
"We have 130,000 to 150,000 pages to scan into CDs and indexed. Medical records are in Los Angeles."
"We have approximately 4,000 medical charts for program participants in our Los Angeles office and we're interested in what the costs would be to get all of those records scanned to facilitate long-term storage and retrieval of the records. "
"I support a doctor's office close to Los Angeles. We will need to scan all his past records so it can be integrated into a system we are getting into. Can you give us an idea of what is needed, how much it costs and how it works? "
The Digital Imaging members of the association in Los Angeles are your specialists for document imaging and file hosting service
Serving all industries
High Volume Scanning, OCR, Coding, Quality Assurance
Document hosting available or upload into most document management systems
Flat Fee pricing available
Typical Motivation for Los Angeles Clinics and Hospitals Starting Medical Documents Imaging
THE LAW: Are you in compliance with the various privacy laws such as HIPAA or GLB or Facta?
SERVICE: Does it take too much time to retrieve a patient file. Would you like the Charts to be at your fingertips in the computer?
SPACE: Are you out of area and to continue to grow, do you need a special file system such as a rolling file system, which is very expensive?
COST: Would you like to reduce your overall costs of storage space instead of acquiring more office space for medical Documents storage?
SECURITY: Are your patient Charts safe in their current storage location or do a number of unauthorized people have access to your charts? Those unauthorized personnel include the night custodian service, machine repair people, temps, and other unauthorized staff?
DISASTER RECOVERY: If you had a disaster such as a hurricane, flood or fire, are your current documents protected?
CHART SHARING: Do you need to consult with other practitioners and therefore wish they could be looking at the same patient file as you at the same time?