HEALTHCARE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
Medical Records need to be securely stored and accurately tracked, available at a moment’s notice – while, at the same time, remaining compliant with all Federal and State regulations. These criteria must be met even as medical records migrate to the cost and management efficiencies of the digital world and Electronic Medical Records (EMRs).
GRM meets the information management needs of hospitals, medical centers, clinics, practices and laboratories as well as other healthcare industry organizations through a comprehensive suite of physical and digital record services. Solutions are aimed to seamlessly link every department—Accounting, Billing, Patient Services, Compliance, Medicine, Human Resources, and Information Technology– in order to reduce costs, increase access and improve care.
Proven Healthcare Enterprise Content Management -applicable offerings from GRM include:
- The Blended Solution—GRM’s ability to draw from a comprehensive range of information lifecycle services to devise the best strategy for handling paper and electronic records while lowering cost, reducing risk, increasing productivity, ensuring accuracy, staying in compliance and improving both profitability and patient/customer outcomes.
- The GRM Online Record Center—a highly affordable, quickly deployed, Cloud-based repository that lowers costs while raising the efficiency of information Capture, Management, Compliance and Workflow
- EMR Transitioning—provides an effective, supplemental bridge to EMR deployment.
- High Volume Scanning and Imaging—Cost-effectively converts paper to secure, tracked digital files that are secure, accurate, instantly accessible, compliant and easily shared.
- Scan-On-Request-Select documents from a physical inventory are quickly scanned and delivered electronically as needed.
- PrecisionPLUS Tracking—Every item is barcoded, scanned and tracked to ensure inventory integrity, accessibility and a complete chain of custody
- Compliance Programs—customized to an organization’s specific retention needs while meeting and managing healthcare industry regulatory mandates such as HIPAA HITECH, PHI, ROI and the Affordable Care Act.
- Data Protection—scheduled tape rotations, secure, encrypted backup and storage in climate-controlled vaults.
- Disaster Recovery Preparedness— information is organized, indexed, able to be tested and protected offsite at flood and fire resistant facilities.
- eAccess Remote Inventory Control—online and on demand;
for paper and electronic inventories; FREE to every customer.
- Certified Destruction—including shredding and eWaste destruction.
Integrated Patient Care Platform
The healthcare records and documents environment calls for integration of information. Yet, patient files and records are scattered across disparate systems, making it difficult and costly for healthcare professionals to share vital medical, clinical, and patient information.
Healthcare Information Technology is now moving toward a new vision—one that seamlessly connects all parts of the healthcare world to networked resources of data, information, knowledge, and processes.
To meet that vision, GRM provides a Health Records and Information Management Platform aimed at solving a healthcare organization’s most pressing records and information related issues.
Through this platform, electronic records and information, as well as legacy paper documents, are synchronized, processed and accessed via a single application. Electronic data from existing systems is integrated and streamlined. Efficiency and control are maintained every step of the way.
The Integrated Patient Care Platform delivers the following benefits:
- Quality of Care—improves the patient experience through more efficient document processes.
- Physician and Health Worker Productivity—increased by meeting the mandate to convert to Electronic Medical Records; individuals and departments work faster and more effectively.
- Regulatory Compliance—meets Federal & State privacy and security mandates for managing the Release of Information (ROI) and Protected Health Information (PHI) as called for in HIPAA and other healthcare legislation.
- Managing Costs with a Declining Return on Assets—cost-effectiveness that helps offset shrinking operating margins, rising prices and requirements/constraints from Medicaid, Medicare and other insurance providers.
- Back Office Support—eliminates cumbersome, independent record-keeping systems of administrative, financial and paper files.