Scanning Medical Records
Electronic health records provide quick access, complete information, and coordinated, efficient, and safer treatment.
Keep sensitive information secure. Improve patient access. Spend more time providing high quality care for less money.
Paperwork is often a nightmare for hospitals, care facilities, dentists, outpatient clinics, and other healthcare providers. Keeping records for state-and-federally-mandated periods presents a storage challenge, and ensuring HIPAA compliance for patient information can cause sleepless nights. Add to that the time spent performing manual data entry and you have the perfect prescription for inefficiency and financial waste.
Efficiently manage paperwork and end manual data entry with DocCapture’s medical document scanning
Manual data entry is time-consuming and can create and perpetuate errors that affect high quality patient care. While everyone jokes about the bad handwriting of doctors, trying to decipher anyone’s scrawl can be challenging.
With medical document scanning, forms can be converted to a digital file and filled out on a table, desktop computer, or even a mobile phone. Access is provided by the rules you set in your document management system, which keeps health information secure from prying eyes, something you can’t say about those paper records.
If you want to simplify your office by converting to a paperless system, fill out the form to get a quote today!
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Enable high quality patient care–securely
Poor quality care often results from inadequate or incomplete information. With records scanning, a lost piece of paper will never again be an excuse. Need to share records with another practice or facility? Electronic health records offer instant access to local providers and those around the world with a mouse click, swipe, or tap. And you control access, so you know only those with the right permissions are accessing sensitive information.
As you’re aware, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has strict rules around the security of electronic health records. Rest assured that all DocCapture partners have secure facilities and are experienced with medical document scanning and HIPAA health information regulations to ensure you stay HIPAA compliant.
We scan all types of medical records
- Personal health records
- Lab requests and results
- Physical examination records
- Requests for the release of information
- Clinical trial and research data
- Medicare and Medicaid paperwork
- Legal documents
- Administrative paperwork
- Medical device instructions and documentation
- Insurance records
- Billing and payment records
Scanning Medical Record Has Never Been So Easy & Secure
We’ll connect you with the best document scanning company around.
Our scanning process for your paper records
All of our scanning partners use state-of-the-art scanning equipment when we scan documents into digital medical records. That means we capture the high quality patient file images you need. And security, as always, is top-of-mind.
- We’ll find the perfect partner for your medical document scanning.
- You’ll organize your records.
- Your boxes of documents will be picked up and transferred to a secure facility.
- Your documents will go through the scanning process to turn your paper into digital files.
- Your electronic documents are delivered so you can load them into your document management system.
After scanning is completed, your paper documents can be returned or can be securely destroyed.
Your Practice, Facility, or Clinic Needs DocCapture
At DocCapture, we understand the need for security and accuracy. We also want to enable you to provide the best patient care possible. We also know you don’t have the time and don’t want to add to staff inefficiency by having them spend weeks looking for the best document scanning services in your area.
DocCapture creates efficiency instantly by connecting your business with the best medical document scanning services in your area. Our network of scanning services providers is equipped with the latest technology for high volume scanning, which means you get fast turnaround from a secure facility to reduce file storage costs and staff time–time better spent on patients.