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January 31, 2024

Record Retrieval Workflow - Avg 15.9 Business Days

The record retrieval workflow encompasses several intricate steps, leading to an average duration of 15.9 business days for the entire process. This duration accounts for the meticulous documentation and communication involved in successfully obtaining the required medical records.

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February 27, 2023

T-Scan and Ambra Health

With T-Scan , accessing and viewing medical imaging has never been easier. T-Scan Record Retrieval has partnered with Ambra health to save our clients time, frustration and cost. 

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October 25, 2022

T-Scan and the 21st Century Cures Act: How Do We Get Records and How Much Should It Cost?

HIPAA. I know it, you know it. It’s the biggest name in healthcare information regulation, and behind it lies not only the foundation of rules and statutes that protect patient information but also the backing of federal enforcement. That enforcement, of course, helps keep patient data safe, but it can also be an occasional obstacle for records retrieval. Navigating miles of different statutes and rulings to retrieve patient information can be confusing, especially for those unfamiliar with the healthcare information environment.

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September 23, 2022

The Next Generation of Record Retrieval Starts with T-Scan’s EMR

At T-Scan, our Lab is constantly working on the next advancement in the field of record retrievals. This spirit of discovery is what drives us to spend days at the drawing board and long nights deep within T-Scan Labs. At T-Scan, everything we do is centered on getting your records to you as quickly, accurately, and affordably as possible.

We put our heart and soul into searching for new solutions to make the record retrieval process even more efficient. We’re always striving for the perfect record retrieval, and it’s this pursuit of the immaculate that’s led us to our latest innovation.

We’re excited to announce that T-Scan now provides electronic medical records (EMR) within an entirely electronic workflow. Our new EMR system takes our highly successful HITECH system even farther and allows us to eliminate provider fees while we connect to your clients and providers. We love our HITECH system, but we believe you’ll grow to love our EMR even more.

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September 23, 2022

Save Thousands on Your Mass Tort Cases with T-Scan Record Retrieval

Our world is full of incredible products and services that enrich our lives, from pharmaceutical drugs that treat and cure diseases to devices that save time and energy on tasks. At times though, these products and services have the potential for harm. While most cases of unlawful damage or injury are resolved without legal attention or action, there are cases in which a civil lawsuit based on tort or personal injury law is the only means for restitution. And if the degree, scale, or severity of damage is exceptionally high, multiple plaintiffs can group their combined claims into a single mass tort case.

In a mass tort case, many plaintiffs must prove that they received unlawful harm or damage. Because the threshold for proving injury requires the plaintiff to convincingly show that all parties were harmed in a similar way, medical record management and analysis play a crucial role. And records, of course, must first be retrieved before they can be examined and analyzed.

Unfortunately, retrieving medical records is an arduous task. On average, a records retrieval involves nine separate healthcare facilities and can cost as much as $250.00 for a single 100-page record. When you multiply that to accommodate a mass tort case (which often includes thousands of plaintiffs), you can see why filing a mass tort case is expensive and time-consuming.

In many instances, the success of a mass tort case relies on the firm or attorney’s ability to receive accurate, prompt, and affordable records.

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