Record Retrieval Articles

7 Ways to Make 2018 Your Most Productive Year Ever

If there’s one thing most businesses say they need it’s greater productivity. It makes sense when you think about it: Given more hours in the day, you could accomplish more, boost your billable hours and grow your bottom line. Change can b
By ABI - September 5th, 2018

Record Retrieval Services Help Law Firms of All Sizes

Law firms of all sizes can benefit by partnering with a nationwide record retrieval service. Whether your firm is big, small, or somewhere in the middle, a national leader in document retrieval can help you obtain the records you need efficiently
By ABI - November 2nd, 2017

5 Signs You Can’t Handle Your Own Record Retrieval Anymore

Record retrieval is a critical part of law practice and insurance work. Yet there’s no getting around the fact that requesting records is an arduous task that compromises time, money, and resources. Many legal and insurance professionals han
By ABI - October 31st, 2017

What Is Insuretech?

Technology has changed the way many industries do business, and the insurance industry is no exception. If you haven’t heard the word “insuretech” yet, it’s only a matter of time before you encounter it. What Is Insuretech? A portmante
By ABI - October 26th, 2017

Top 10 Insurance Industry Concerns For 2017

  The insurance industry is one commonly associated with stability and the status quo. However, change is a constant in any type of business. Moreover, change and innovation are critical components in any industry. Specifically, industry l
By ABI - October 24th, 2017

4 Ways Law Firms Should Be Using Legal Document Services

If you run a law firm, you are well-acquainted with the hassle of managing, maintaining and storing paper. Although estimates vary, recent surveys reveal that the average law firm uses up to 100,000 pieces of paper every year. This number is argu
By ABI - October 17th, 2017

50 States and 50 Sets of Rules For Record Retrieval. ABI Can Help.

Lawyers and insurance professionals routinely deal with cases and claims involving parties from multiple jurisdictions. Each state has its own specific rules for subpoenas and records requests, and the burden is on the requesting party to follow
By ABI - October 12th, 2017

Managing Delayed Custodian Responses

Medical records play a significant role in a variety of civil cases, including personal injury actions and workers’ compensation claims. As a result, litigators rely on subpoenas to quickly and efficiently obtain the medical records they need t
By ABI - October 10th, 2017

Electronic Medical Records Have Gone Mainstream

If you have visited the doctor lately, you may have noticed that your chart has moved from a file holder outside the door to a computer. In fact, electronic medical records (EMR) have become the norm in doctors’ offices and hospitals across the
By ABI - October 5th, 2017

7 Reasons Medical Release Forms Are Denied

Medical release authorization forms are a vital part of any request for medical records. Federal law requires records custodians to ensure the patient consents to his or her protected health information being turned over to a third party. If a la
By ABI - October 3rd, 2017