We recently came across several boxes of vintage records while going through an estate.
There was also a vintage record “reproducer”, crank and all! We wonder what to do with them. Are they invaluable or should they be tossed? And we need more needles to access them.
What about the old records in your office?
Is your record retention policy turned with a crank?
Do you still have walls full of crank-powered rolling shelves?
Do you have more than one archive?
How much are you paying to store old paper?
Who is responsible for those private practice records, now that the providers are employed?
Do electronic records age out? What’s the capacity of the system we’re using?
We know that an updated records retention policy is the place to start. But how do we make this a priority?
Hire WaldronWorks to assess the scope and impact of your needs. Project management services are available, too. We’ve done this before and would love to do it for you! Let’s make 2019 the year that you make sense of your inherited records.