That’s when we contacted HITS Scanning Solutions. Working with the HITS team, we were able to carve out a solution that not only solved our problem with moving, but fit perfectly into our budget.

Gene Ridolfi

Director, Transplant Services

Barnes Jewish Hospital

The Transplant Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis provides a unified, comprehensive approach to transplant patient care in each of our solid-organ transplant programs. We are one of the largest transplant centers in the nation with over 430 solid-organ transplants a year. Barnes-Jewish Hospital has the only comprehensive transplant center in the region offering heart, heart/lung, lung, double lung, kidney, liver, pancreas islet and bone marrow transplants.

With the continuing growth of BJC Healthcare, we found ourselves in the forefront of a billion dollar expansion which had us relocating in less than 9 months. Before we could start our relocation, we were informed there would be no space designated for paper records. We had over 20 full shelving units and numerous medical record offices that would need to be converted over to electronic images.

That’s when we contacted HITS Scanning Solutions. Working with the HITS team, we were able to carve out a solution that not only solved our problem with moving, but fit perfectly into our budget. HITS Scanning Solutions was able to convert over 2.6 million images with multiple categories and tabbing structures by our deadline.

The Transplant Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital is looking forward to continuing this successful partnership with HITS Scanning Solutions to handle any scanning needs. It is with great pleasure I recommend HITS Scanning Solutions for any outsourced scanning project!

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