About ArctrievalEvery second of every day in the United States, 76 people are seen by a healthcare provider—this equates to more than 2.4 billion office visits annually. What everyone and their doctors have in common during the visit, other than being in a room together, is they are all affected by medical privacy laws. These laws regulate where, when, how and with whom the information discussed during an office visit can be discussed or shared. Whether for patient care, payment, billing, reimbursement, insurance, legal or other reasons, healthcare providers must share protected health information.
Failure to comply with the laws for sharing protected health information, even an honest mistake, can result in fines up to $100,000 per incident.
What Arctrieval DoesArctrieval makes it easy and safe for healthcare providers and facilities to manage the release of information for protected health information. Arctrieval eliminates paper-based, error prone processes, saves time and money and assists in complying with laws and regulations governing the release of protected health information.
Arctrieval TeamIn 2009, Arctrieval was formed to address problems faced by healthcare providers and facilities for managing the release and sharing of protected health information.
Jared VishneyJared is Arctrieval's founder and has 25 years of high-technology, sales, product management, marketing and business development expertise. Prior to Arctrieval, he was the VP of Business Development for Flypaper Studio and responsible for securing an OEM customer that eventually acquired the company. Jared has launched and managed multiple successful domestic and international products and holds a dual Economics/Business Degree from University of California, Los Angeles.
Lynn GallagherLynn serves as Arctrieval’s COO and brings more than 35 years of experience in the health information management service industry to the organization. In 1987, he founded Management Consultants Unlimited which continues to be instrumental in assisting hospitals and medical facilities in throughout the Southwest improve productivity and reduce costs within their health information management departments.