Handling over 60,000 records a month, Telegenisys has the scaleability and focus to provide accurate medical record retrieval services. We validate each request for compliance and then send it on to the medical facility rapidly. With cycle times being of critical concern our systems are automated to do this correctly and quickly. By maintaining a database of medical facilities we know who handles medical records, typical turn around times, best time to call and who to ask for to get results from medical facilities. We understand the challenges of calling a part time doctors office just as well as we understand the nuances of dealing with large hospital and HMO rules. A fully automated tracking system tracks and prompts our specialists to follow up till the job is accomplished. Our job is to get you the records accurately and rapidly. We understand it and we deliver.
In addition to this we provide record sorting and electronic record conversion.
Telegenisys has designed its medical records retrieval services process for zero error tolerance and delivers with reliability and precision.
Records Management Services
Medical records run throughout the entire healthcare system making each step of the process documented enough to provide privacy. A patient’s medical records are viewed during a medical observation and as a result creates new medical records are created that are passed on to payers responsible compensate a practice for services provided. From there, data administrators process and refine data that is then sent back to the healthcare provider where the process begins again. The responsibility of executing medical records retrieval services with accuracy and care are massive, requiring third party personnel to make the process function smoothly. These third party groups assist in processing data at a higher rate and efficiency than record administrators alone. This allows the transition of medical records in a timely and accurate manner. This is essential to the healthcare provider as the way a practice handles its medical records could either provide a positive experience for the patient or sink the whole operation all together. Read more…