Do these records retrieval challenges sound familiar?
Here’s how Record Retrieval Solutions solves those challenges:We do record request follow-ups at no additional charge, and you don’t have to spend your own time doing it.
Here’s how Record Retrieval Solutions solves those challenges:RRS does the leg work to determine where the records are actually kept. Records are not always housed where a patient was treated. Sending a medical records request to the address where a patient was treated without checking first, can cause delays.
Here’s how Record Retrieval Solutions solves those challenges:We maintain an average turnaround time of 16 days, thanks to our streamlined processes and experienced record retrieval specialists. You get a records retrieval partner that does not waste your money or your time.
As with any electronic system, there’s a possibility that not all records are updated or available. Ensuring that the retrieved records are comprehensive is crucial for legal proceedings.
How we will help youThere is a possibility the VA doesn’t release everything and follow up is needed. The benefit of RRS handling the VA request is if the attorney identifies records are missing, we do the additional follow up at no additional charge from RRS, they don’t have to spend their time doing it.
The process to find the contact information for the VA health facility’s medical records office involves navigating through the health facility’s website, which can be time-consuming.
How we will help youRRS will identify where the veterans records are kept once the attorney lets us know where the veteran was treated. RRS will do the backend work to identify where the records are kept.
If a veteran gets care at a Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) or Outpatient Clinic (OPC), the records might not be at the clinic. Attorneys might need to request the records from a VA medical center instead, adding another layer to the retrieval process.
How we will help youSame as above question, RRS does the leg work to determine where the records are actually kept. Records are not always housed where a patient was treated. Sending a medical records request to the address where a patient was treated without checking first, can cause delays.
How we will help youOur average turnaround is 16 days, thanks to our streamlined processes and experienced record retrieval specialists.
We understand the most common challenges faced by VA attorneys and VA cases-specialized law firms
Here’s why we are the provider of
choice for VA medical records retrieval
Who we serve
RRS serves professionals involved with personal injury law. This includes small or large firms, solo attorneys, law clerks, paralegals, and administrative staff.
RRS has made the entire process of obtaining records very simple. Their staff is always responsive and helpful. Their website is straightforward and easy to use. I can see status updates on my orders at any time. Most importantly, we receive our records very quickly! We’ve tried other services, and RRS is, hands down, the best value and delivers the best results.
How it works
Send your record request through our secure online portal. Within one business day, we’ll verify your request is complete and accurate and forward it to the medical provider. Our results are fast and consistent because we’ve developed connections with providers nationwide. If it’s our first time contacting a provider, our retrieval specialists have the expertise to find the right people there to facilitate the process and get the records as quickly as possible.
Secure and high-value medical record retrieval for lawyers and law firms
Our process is as easy as 1-2 !