Overwhelmed by paper?
For as low as $129.00 per standard size banker’s box (10″H x 12″W x 15″D) you can have your paper records scanned, which includes the optical character recognition (OCR) of each record. Once your records are scanned, you are able to:
- Instantly Search for one term, combination of terms, or phrases to query an individual record or all your records for patient information, within seconds.
- Eliminate monthly storage fees, onsite and offsite.
- Reclaim space in your office!
- Import your scanned records into any Electronic Medical Record (EMR).
- Efficiently and Easily share records with colleagues, referrals, and staff.
- No more lost or misplaced records, and no more purging of records.
- Tax savings! Completely deduct the scanning cost for 2015
- Financing Available
If you currently do have an EMR, your scanned records can be imported into your EMR system. If you currently do not have an EMR the alternative is to convert paper records into information your practice can use.
Scanning your records, which qualifies under Section 179 of the IRS tax code allows your practice to deduct the full purchase price of scanning your paper charts.
As an increasing number of Healthcare Organizations implement EMR and EHR Systems, the importance of Medical Records Scanning is growing exponentially. Many Practices and Clinics are confronted with the reality that scanning all of the legacy patient chart information is often a bigger challenge than initially expected.
Our vendor has a team of professionals that will work with your staff to coordinate the boxing, preparation and transportation of your important Medical Records to our Production Document Scanning Facility. We take great care in making sure you continue to have access to your patient information throughout the process by barcoding every chart and every box as it is sent out for scanning.
Once Patient Charts are received at our Facility, our vendor’s team will carefully inventory your information and provide a detailed tracking manifest of all of the information that we’ve received. This enables us too quickly and easily access a patient chart if it’s needed during the Medical Record Scanning process.
By having all your patients paper records scanned and stored onto an external drive. You will be able to access those files very easily when needed. As well as free up office space if they are being stored there or lessen storage cost if stored off site from practice. I files are stored in office think of the possibilities that, that extra space could be used for.
Let us at Ancillary Medical Solutions (AMS) show you how you can turn that extra office space into a revenue generator. Schedule a time with your local AMS Certified Ancillary Consultant today to find out more.