Keais Records Service, a litigation support company specializing in records retrieval services, is launching a new website and furthering its electronic capabilities to serve the litigation discovery needs of major law firms, insurance companies, corporations and TPAs.

The new website, includes a secure online portal that gives clients full access to their records, order status and account information, and is fully compliant with the protected health information privacy requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Keais says.

The site is designed to detail the company’s ability to offer paperless legal nurse consultant reviews of all medical records, and its proprietary Case Management Protocol for organizing, indexing and expediting medical records.

“When we were founded as a small boutique firm in 1975, the electronic data and document discovery revolution had not yet begun to transform the litigation process,” says Michael Lehane, CEO. “Since then, we have constantly innovated and grown our medical records analysis capabilities ... Now a new revolution is at hand. The federal government has decided to encourage the adoption of a nationwide health information network through the incentives in the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health passed in 2009, and this year’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act health reform bill.” 

Lehane says clients will have a great need to access and evaluate electronic medical records used in litigation. Keais Records Service says it is capable of handling the retrieval, analysis and organizing of the full spectrum of medical records, including medical and billing files, pathology reports, pharmacy records, radiology and x-ray reports, workers compensation and insurance claims files and related data. 

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