Top Ten Great End of Year Record Retrieval Tips

While it’s hard to believe, 2015 is almost in the rear view mirror. As the end of the 4rd quarter quickly approaches, this is a perfect time to think about a topic that is often overlooked – Your Medical Record Retrieval process.

So here are 10 great record retrieval ideas as we move into the end of the year that you can use to improve client satisfaction and lower costs:

Status – Regardless of when the matter began that caused you to request records, now is the time to check on its status and decide what to do about those that are not up to date.

Is your Records Retrieval Specialist REALLY special?

Have you ever noticed that when a new technology or solution becomes popular, every loosely-related vendor suddenly has a new "specialist" page on their website catering to that client/industry?

For example, a quick search on cloud solution specialists will provide you with literally hundreds of pages of companies that claim to be specialists in this highly-technical and unique alternative to on-site servers.

To DIY or not DIY – That is the question

With all due respect to the Bard, I have taken a bit of liberty with one of his most famous quotes from Hamlet. In this case, it is not about whether or not one should chose life or death. No, our question posed is far more important – whether it makes sense for your law practice to do its own medical records retrieval or not.

Medical Records Retrieval Defined and Explained – Learn how it works

Everyone understands what constitutes your medical records, but not everyone can recite what is meant by medical records retrieval. Simply put, medical records are any documents, files, images, or other information which are created or collected for a patient by a physician or a hospital/healthcare representative.