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First Electronic Medical Records Network Established for the Personal Injury Industry


Tampa, Florida – E-Medical Record Services today announced it is promoting and managing the nation’s first electronic medical records network for the personal injury industry. The network provides a HIPAA-compliant, Internet-based link to foster medical records interaction between the health care providers and attorneys that comprise its membership.

The organization’s formation centers on the industry’s acceptance of E-Medical Record Services’ Web site, The unique technology employed by the site creates a direct link between its users. This enables participants to securely send or receive medical records in less than 60 seconds, while materially reducing personnel time and virtually eliminating administrative costs associated with the activity.

“It just made sense to create a formal organization for the clients that have embraced our Web site’s technology. Now, all of the site’s users comprise their own organization to promote uniform records conveyance within the industry. We’re proud to be able to administer the new network,” said Bruce Pitcher, founder and president of the company.

Records transfer is only one of the benefits of joining the organization. Another key feature enables members to convert handwritten notes to electronic files without purchasing equipment or software. This is especially attractive to health care providers because it allows them to achieve compliance with HIPAA’s Contingency Plan requirements for both data back up and recovery. Pitcher points out, “Members are in a win/win situation here. They can meet HIPAA guidelines for electronic and handwritten records, while simultaneously positioning their patients’ files for secure conveyance to other members.”

The new organization is expanding nationally. This is primarily being accomplished through interaction with professional associations and referrals from existing members.

E-Medical Record Services can be reached via telephone at 727-448-0000 or via facsimile at 727-489-7189.



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