Hospitals and Physicians: Tennessee requires all medical care providers to adhere to a retention policy of ten (10) years for adult medical records. For minor patients, the period is ten (10) years or until the patient’s 19th birthday, whichever is longer.
Medical Records Management: What Makes it Unique?
Records management, including medical records management, is an important conception in the business landscape today. Keeping good […]
Digitizing Medical Records for Research Breakthroughs
Healthcare providers have plenty of reasons to keep accurate records, but now they’ve got a new one: […]
Pediatric Records Storage Solutions with Cariend
All medical records storage programs mandate special care in organizing their retention, but none so much as […]
Dental Records Storage: How Cariend Can Help
The need to store medical records after retirement or closure creates a unique challenge for healthcare providers, […]
Medical Records Custodianship for Growing Hospitals
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New Patient Records Request Process at Cariend
Filling out patient records requests at Cariend just got a whole lot easier. At Cariend, we’re always […]
Are You Making These Common Mistakes When Closing Your Medical Practice?
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How To Capture Savings With Cariend for Hospitals in Transition
No matter the size or scope of their operations, hospitals and medical facilities are driven to reduce […]