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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Handling Medical Records – The Risk of Confidentiality Breach and Medical Malpractice

Handling Medical Records – The Risk of Confidentiality Breach and Medical Malpractice

Physician-patient relationship and attorney-client relationship are unique in that extremely personal and sensitive information is often exchanged with a commitment to safeguard its confidentiality. Let us consider a patient approaching a physician for some medical treatment or advice. He/she should be confident that the healthcare or other personal information exchanged would remain protected. Only with … Continue reading Handling Medical Records – The Risk of Confidentiality Breach and Medical Malpractice

EHR Vulnerabilities – the Need for a Foolproof System

EHR Vulnerabilities – the Need for a Foolproof System

This is the era of electronic health records that are being increasingly adopted taking into consideration their ease of use and capability to ensure superior care co-ordination. For purposes such as medical record organization and creating medical case summary etc. for medical review purposes, EHRs are considered more convenient. However, along with these digital records … Continue reading EHR Vulnerabilities – the Need for a Foolproof System

Summarizing Medical Records – Distinctive Skills Vital

Summarizing Medical Records – Distinctive Skills Vital

Medical records are a vital component in medical and personal injury litigation. Attorneys greatly depend on these documents to prove the claim of their clients. A comprehensive medical record review can extract minute details contained in the patient records, which legal professionals use to fight their case. On the face of it you may think … Continue reading Summarizing Medical Records – Distinctive Skills Vital

The Medical Malpractice Risk Posed by Electronic Health Records

The Medical Malpractice Risk Posed by Electronic Health Records

Incorrect use of EHRs can prove costly to healthcare providers, and so this is something providers have to be very wary about. Medical records are distinctive pieces of evidence in medical malpractice lawsuits and can make or break the physician’s career and prospects. The sad side of EHR use is that often the mistakes a … Continue reading The Medical Malpractice Risk Posed by Electronic Health Records