10 Best Medical Record Labels

List Updated March 2020

Bestselling Medical Record Labels in 2020


Alphabetic Color Coded Labels- Letter H, Brown, Barkley ABKM and Sycom Compatible (Polylaminated, 500/Roll)

Alphabetic Color Coded Labels- Letter H, Brown, Barkley ABKM and Sycom Compatible (Polylaminated, 500/Roll)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Comes in a dispensable box
  • Easy application
  • Use with any end tab filing system
  • Readable from both sides of the folder
  • Laminated to prevent smudging and cracking from frequent handling

RESUBMITTED CLAIM Medical Records Labels LV-MRL20

RESUBMITTED CLAIM Medical Records Labels LV-MRL20
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Label Dimension 2"x 1"
  • 500 labels per roll
  • 1 roll per package

AMZfiling Full Sheet Medical Transcription Labels for Laser Printer- White, Letter Size (100/Package)

AMZfiling Full Sheet Medical Transcription Labels for Laser Printer- White, Letter Size (100/Package)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Prints custom transcriptions on demand
  • Perforated backs allow for easy detaching
  • Pass through laser printers without jamming
  • 1 label per sheet

AMZfiling Alphabetic Color Coded Labels- Letter A, Red, Barkley ABKM and Sycom Compatible (Polylaminated, 500/Roll)

AMZfiling Alphabetic Color Coded Labels- Letter A, Red, Barkley ABKM and Sycom Compatible (Polylaminated, 500/Roll)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Comes in a dispensable box
  • Easy application
  • Use with any end tab filing system
  • Readable from both sides of the folder
  • Laminated to prevent smudging and cracking from frequent handling

AMZfiling Patient Sign in Sheet (Green)- HIPAA Compliant, 250/Package

AMZfiling Patient Sign in Sheet (Green)- HIPAA Compliant, 250/Package
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Over 5.5k patient visits accounted for
  • Each entry is a private label that is used for client folders
  • Each sheet contains a second confidential copy of the entry
  • HIPAA approved
  • 8-1/2'' W x 11'' H

AMZfiling 2019 Year Labels (Blue)- Compatible with PMA Holographic Series, Polylaminated, 500/Roll

AMZfiling 2019 Year Labels (Blue)- Compatible with PMA Holographic Series, Polylaminated, 500/Roll
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Comes in a dispensable box
  • Easy application
  • Compatible with PMA Holographic Series
  • Each label is 1-1/2 x 3/4 and self adhesive
  • Improves filing efficiency

AmazonBasics Expanding File, Letter Size - Black/Gray (2-Pack)

AmazonBasics Expanding File, Letter Size - Black/Gray (2-Pack)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Two expanding file folders (one black and one gray) for organizing and storing important papers or documents
  • Super-durable poly material provides waterproof and tear-resistant performance
  • Acid free, PVC free, and archival quality for added peace of mind and safe storage
  • Holds up to 900 sheets; 13 individual pockets, each expanding to 7/8 inches and tabbed for labels
  • Full-size flexible flap and cord closure provide added security and safe transport

TAB Color-Coded Alphabetic Label Rolls, A-Z Full Set, 1", 26-500 Label Rolls/Box

TAB Color-Coded Alphabetic Label Rolls, A-Z Full Set, 1
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Complete set of self-adhesive alphabetic folder labels - 26 letters
  • 500 labels per letter roll in a convenient dispensing box
  • Color-coded alphabetic labels for easy identification
  • 1" high label dimensions are compatible with all our TAB folders
  • Color match to all major labelling systems including Smead and Kardex

AMZfiling 2018 Year Label (Light Purple)- TAB Products Compatible, 1-1/8 x 1/2, Vinyl, 500/Roll

AMZfiling 2018 Year Label (Light Purple)- TAB Products Compatible, 1-1/8 x 1/2, Vinyl, 500/Roll
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Comes in a dispensable box
  • Easy application
  • TAB series compatible
  • Self-adhesive
  • Improves filing efficiency

AMZfiling 2018 Color Coded End Tab Year Labels (Red)- Compatible with Smead, 250/Package

AMZfiling 2018 Color Coded End Tab Year Labels (Red)- Compatible with Smead, 250/Package
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Comes on three ring binder sheets
  • Easy application
  • Smead compatible series
  • Self-adhesive
  • Improves filing efficiency

Electronic Medical Records: Fraudulent Use and Abuse

A look at the use and abuse of EMRs in medical facilities.

EMR abuse was becoming rampant in our medical community until President Obama's cabinet stepped in and issued a warning. On September 24, a strongly worded letter was issued by the Obama Administration regarding the fraudulent use and abuse of electronic medical records. This letter was sent as a warning to all doctors and hospitals using electronic medical record (EMR) systems bill Medicare for more than they should. Investigations have revealed that a large number of providers are billing for services not rendered and, according to the attorney general and the health and human services secretary, these infractions will be prosecuted. The ease of use of EMR not only enhances services provided by medical facilities, it also provides an opportunity for dishonesty in billing departments.

Types of Abuse

There are two types of abuses when it comes to the fraudulent use and abuse of EMR systems. Some doctors were cited for what is referred to as cloning. This is when the physician uses cut-and-paste techniques within the medical record to make it appear as though the patient returned at a later date to have the same services performed. This cloning also occurs when documentation is created for a series of patients for services that were never rendered.

Another type is referred to as upcoding. This occurs when hospitals or other large medical facilities add additional codes to patients' records for services that were not rendered. This also happens when services are exaggerated on records to indicate the patient needed more intensive care than they really received.

Fradulent Use and Abuse

Hospitals were not the only medical facility included in this investigation. Fraudulent use and abuse of electronic medical records was also found in doctors' offices. Some of these issues were genuine mistakes, while other situations were blatant abuses of Medicare billing claims. There have been issues in the past where doctors were not billing for enough services and, thanks to EMR; they have been able to fix that mistake. That is where a genuine mistake was found and remedied through proper use of the program. However, knowing this reality has caused dishonesty in other offices.

Because this issue was detected and investigated, administration is stepping up efforts through more forceful approaches to enforcement of standards. Not only is monitoring EMR being enhanced, but prosecutions for those blatantly abusing the system is the outcome based on the fraud occurring. If a physical examination never occurred, but it is billed to Medicare, that is an example of blatant abuse of the system and fraud.

Impact

EMR fraud can impact your business by many factors. Even if you aren't a fraudulent medical facility, you could become affected in a "guilt by association" way, where patients believe that if office X did it then your office may too. Another way it can affect medical facilities is when there is innocent and accidental overcharging or mislabeling procedure codes, yet the facility may be flagged for fraud. This causes increased expenses while you "fight" for your innocence.

Protect your company and your investments by staying on top of EMR events. If any thing starts to become worrisome, nip it in the bud before it gets out of hand and becomes problems. Always stay on top of your employees and your files to keep abuse like this out of your business.


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