Los Angeles Patient Document Imaging Solutions
Start Your Medical Record Scanning Project in Los Angeles Now to Enjoy These Benefits.
- Restrict the access to only those authorized
- Reduced time spent looking for Charts
- Protect yourself and patients from natural disasters such as hurricane
- Save time and money
- Good for the environment
Los Angeles visitors to our medical scanning association websites are asked "What Can We Do For You". Here are a number of their responses. Do you have similar needs? If so, please call a couple of the members to find the solutions you require including how much does it cost to scan charts.
"I am currently looking for a vendor in Los Angeles to perform scanning services in our medical practices (varied locations). I am also seeking individuals to do some medical records abstracting for entry into our electronic medical records"
"We have a surgery center that is interested in document imaging. They have roughly 125 small banker boxes of records just north of Los Angeles that need to be digitized. "
" My company is a non-profit medical clinic with locations throughout Los Angeles and we are trying to find a company to scan all our paper medical records. I would like to know the process you use, how we receive our scanned documents."
"I wanted to get a quote in Los Angeles on how much it would cost to have all our Dental Patient files scanned. We are looking at about 5 shelf cabinets with 5 shelves each"
Overview of HIPAA
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), was enacted in 1996 and intent is to protect patient information. HIPAA was the first of all the privacy laws. HIPAA is a significant piece of legislation with onerous penalties. It is also important to note that most states have equally punishments for failing to comply with patient information protection. All doctor's offices, clinics, hospitals and other healthcare providers are covered by this law. You must maintain reasonable and appropriate administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to prevent intentional or unintentional use or disclosure of protected health information. The obvious safe guard it to insure no unauthorized personnel have access to patient information. Scanning files is a simple way to insure the protection of patient information.