Chart Abstraction

Leave data abstraction to the experts.

With Opus Solutions, it’s easy to make information from paper and scanned medical records accessible within your EMR. Our team of clinicians will expertly read and interpret your records before carefully keying them into your system. We will complete your data abstraction project seamlessly and on time, allowing your physicians to make fully informed decisions and provide the highest quality patient care.

Opus Solutions can abstract any information you need, including:

  • Medications
  • Allergies
  • Immunizations
  • Lab reports
  • Diagnosis codes
  • Medical and surgical histories

We offer chart abstraction services to primary, specialty and sub-specialty practices including:

  • Cardiology
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers
  • Integrated Healthcare Systems
  • Internal Medicine
  • Orthopedics
  • Pain Management
  • Pediatrics
  • Pediatric Cardiology
  • Pulmonology and Neurology
  • Urology

Minimize costs, risks and downtime
You could abstract medical records yourself or rely on your staff to do so during downtime, but be sure to consider the productivity losses and high risks if they are rushed or distracted and make a mistake.

Opus Solutions specializes in scanning and abstracting medical records. We know what to expect and how to handle any issues that may arise. We have the clinical expertise and highly trained project management professionals overseeing every detail of your project. We will complete your data abstraction efficiently and effectively.

Stay compliant and take full advantage of incentives
Opus Solutions is HIPAA qualified and works with ePHI daily. We understand the rules and regulations and will strictly adhere to any additional specifications your organization may have. We will work with you to develop a custom process that meets your requirements and helps you qualify for Meaningful Use incentives and other vital funding.

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