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Providing copies of patient records is a financial and risk burden on your practice. It's labor intensive and if not done correctly can result in substantial fines and loss of patient trust. Collecting revenue can be complicated due to the variable rate structure for billing for copies.

Spectrum Information Services, NW Inc.'s ROI+ solution automates the release process and dramatically reduces risk. Our electronic solution allows requests to be efficiently managed and fulfilled while providing a HIPAA compliant delivery method.

ROI+ automatically calculates the maximum billable amount for each request and generates an invoice for the requester. ROI+ also creates the HIPAA required disclosure log and maintains all release data for 7 years as mandated by HIPAA.

ROI+ helps you get rid of paper, reducing costs for paper, toner, postage fees, and wear and tear on copy machines.


  • Records requests are fulfilled faster, reducing annoying and time wasting calls from requestors
  • Free up staff to focus on revenue generating activities
  • Stop making paper copies of records that are already electronic in your EMR
  • Payments are collected before records are released
  • Easy to use credit card payment mechanism
  • Extensive reporting capabilities

Bellingham HIPAA HITECH Systems

Compliance with Bellingham HIPAA HITECH systems is more important than ever. At SIS NW, Inc, we offer a software solution that is the envy of our competitors.
  • Our intuitive and sophisticated proprietary Bellingham HIPAA ROI software can track, process, and report on the HIPAA Release of Information process
  • We are 100% compliant with Bellingham HIPAA HITECH systems and HIPAA Release of Information protocols
  • Our Bellingham HIPAA ROI software can be installed in your facility, or release requests can be forwarded to us for start-to-finish service
  • Our Bellingham HIPAA HITECH solutions guarantees full electronic release of information, which significantly lowers printing costs
  • Our staff is trained in HIPAA ROI and AHIMA credentialed management

Bellingham HIPAA HITECH Solutions and HIPAA ROI Software from SIS NW, Inc

Release of health information dramatically increases the workload of your staff, and opens you up to considerable liability. HIPAA ROI requirements and Bellingham HIPAA HITECH system compliance further complicate the release of medical information process, and are often confusing to untrained personnel.

At SIS NW, Inc, our Bellingham HIPAA ROI software is not only 100% HIPAA HITECH compliant, but it was designed with the user in mind. Release of health information requesters can receive patient records in as little as one business day with our proprietary Bellingham HIPAA HITECH systems, while costly printing is entirely eliminated.

Best of all, clients using our Bellingham HIPAA ROI software get the same excellent customer service we supply to users of our medical records copy service. Release of patient information has never been easier, and our Bellingham HITEC solutions are reasonably priced and competitive with other Bellingham HIPAA ROI software vendors.

Would you like more information about our reliable, intuitive Bellingham HIPAA HITECH Systems? Contact us today and speak with a representative who can prove to you that we do far more than copy medical records at SIS NW, Inc.

Just a Few of The Things that Make Our Bellingham HIPAA HITECH Solutions Better

  • Fully electronic medical records release that eliminates printing costs
  • 100% HIPAA HITECH compliance
  • Also fully compliant with HIPAA release of information requirements and WA State WACs and RCWs
  • Intuitive and user-friendly Bellingham HIPAA ROI software
  • Fully transparent medical records release reporting and processing
  • Unmatched customer service for all of our Bellingham HIPAA HITECH Solutions
  • Convenient online payment portal
  • Release of information records received in one business day
  • Automated upload to the Social Security Administration for HIPAA ROI disability requests
  • Our staff is trained in AHIMA credentialed managed and HIPAA compliance

Bellingham HIPAA HITECH Systems - Bellingham HIPAA ROI Software

Contact us today and find out more about our Bellingham HIPAA HITECH Systems and HIPAA ROI Software.

Bellingham ROI HIPAA HITECH Systems

Bellingham, WA Tidbits

Two California men who were looking for a location to build a lumber mill arrived at Puget Sound at the mouth of Whatcom Creek in 1852. The location was near the streams and forests that they could use to power and supply and their lumber business. It also had a good harbor that they could make use of in order to ship their products to San Francisco. Soon other pioneers were attracted to those same natural amenities and arrived in the area. These pioneers established four settlements, which were Bellingham, Fairhaven, Sehome, and Whatcom. Following a series of consolidations, the four settlements became Bellingham in 1904. At the time Bellingham was the fourth largest settlement in Washington. Although the majority of the residents were loggers, railroad builders, cannery workers and miners were also in the mix, and the settlement was booming. These pioneers depended on the water and land around them for their very livelihoods. Bellingham was still dependent on the land for survival in the early 2000's but currently caters to sightseers, kayakers, hikers, and skiers.

For thousands of years, Native Indians had lived in the Bellingham Bay region. The Lummi are Coast Salish speaking natives who lived next to Whatcom Creek around the mouth of the Nooksack River, as well as on the San Juan Islands. They survived by catching shellfish and fishing, particularly for salmon. They developed fishing methods that became widely used that included the weir, and the reef net.

Some other tribal leaders along with a Chief of the Lummi tribe signed the Treaty of Point Elliott that ceded the majority of the aboriginal land that belonged to the tribe to the U.S. in exchange for a 15,000-acre reservation located on a peninsula between Lummi Bay and Bellingham Bay. Workers of the Lummi tribe ferried passengers and goods up and down the streams and rivers in the region during the 1800's. They also worked in the logging industry and helped white pioneers construct houses and mills.

Two investors from California named Russel Peabody and Captain Henry Roeder arrived in Olympia, Washington from Portland by canoe. They had went to Portland to begin a fishing company. However, when they arrived they discovered a better opportunity. Whoever supplied the lumber to San Francisco after it was almost destroyed by fire would make a small fortune. Therefore, Mr. Peabody and Captain Roeder went upriver in hopes of finding a waterfall so that they could construct a water-powered sawmill.

They met with the Chief of the Lummi tribe who recommended that they should go to Whatcom Falls. The investors took the advice of the chief and kept traveling north with two guides that they had hired from the Lummi tribe. They found large numbers of cedar and Douglas Fir trees and when they arrived at Bellingham Bay Falls. It was the ideal location. However, the rebuilding of San Francisco was nearly completed and the price of lumber had decreased by the time their mill was completed.

In 1873, the first Whatcom mill was destroyed by fire. The heirs of Mr. Peabody and Captain Roeder gave the land to a group of utopians from Kansas who promised to rebuild the mill along with 50 houses, a school, a church, and a wharf. They delivered the first large shipment of lumber from the region to San Francisco in 1883. However, they didn't have much luck with their settlement, known as Washington Colony. It wasn't long before the colony was mired in debt and became paralyzed by lawsuits. The settlement was abandoned by 1885.

For almost 75 years, the primary industry in the Bellingham Bay region was lumber. The power of steam made it possible to construct mills closer to the stands of timbers and away from the rivers by the 1880's.

In 1852, coal mining started in the Bellingham region. The first white pioneer named William Pattle discovered coal on his property. The Pattle mine never made any money and didn't remain for long, although it inspired other supposed coal miners to try coal mining. Mr. Roeder discovered a 17-foot-thick seam of coal on his property and mined 60 tons of it and then sold it in San Francisco for $16 a ton and then the Bellingham Bay Coal Company purchased the tract of land. Soon, the company established the Sehome mine. For a while, the Sehome mine was the largest employer in the territory, and the community that was established around the mine was comprised of boarding houses, saloons, houses for miners, and a company store. The Sehome mine ran for 20 years, in spite of floods, fires, and tunnel collapses. In 1878, the mine closed, and some 20 families remained in the settlement of Sehome. In 1891, another mine opened on the upper end of lake Whatcom at Blue Canyon. This mine exploded in 1895 and killed some 23 miners.

In British Columbia along the banks of the Fraser River, prospectors discovered gold in 1858. Whatcom was located in the middle of the shortcut between the gold and the ocean. While they waited for the road builders to complete the Whatcom trail to Canada, numerous prospective miners flocked to the settlement and camped on the beach. However, the gold fields in Fraser had moved east and upriver to the Cariboo Basin by the time the trail was finished. In addition, the Canadian government had started requiring prospectors to obtain permits and supplies in Victoria. The Bellingham Bay boom disappeared as rapidly as it had arrived.