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Monthly Archives: July 2012

Documentation Support for Medical Records – Vital Part of the Review Process

Documentation Support for Medical Records – Vital Part of the Review Process

Given the fact that medical records are critical evidence when it comes to medical litigation and claims processing requirements, they need to be organized and managed well. Though analyzing the available records and extracting relevant information from the piles of data can be rather intimidating, it has to be carried out in a timely manner. … Continue reading Documentation Support for Medical Records – Vital Part of the Review Process

Outsourcing Deposition Summaries – A Lifesaving Option

Outsourcing Deposition Summaries – A Lifesaving Option

There’s no denying the value and necessity of deposition summaries, but managing to get the summarizing work done on time can be really challenging. When the paralegals in your litigation team are busy with other work, or when you don’t have the money or resources to have paralegals on your team, outsourcing this task can … Continue reading Outsourcing Deposition Summaries – A Lifesaving Option

Medical Case History and Summary – Real Value Components in Winning a Case

An important process in medical record review, medical case history and summary go a long way in helping lawyers prepare and win cases. Medical case history contains all data concerning the patient’s illness and its management. A medical summary is a brief and clear summarization of the data relevant to the case, extracted from the … Continue reading Medical Case History and Summary – Real Value Components in Winning a Case

Medical Records in Litigation – Case of SCAE (Serious Clinical Adverse Event)

Medical records play a significant role in litigation involving medical malpractice, personal injury and Worker’s Compensation claims. Attorneys handling such cases have the primary responsibility of reviewing the relevant medical records. These are the only tangible and objective evidence the attorney has that throws light on the patient’s condition and the treatment provided. Thus medical … Continue reading Medical Records in Litigation – Case of SCAE (Serious Clinical Adverse Event)