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Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Healthcare Provider’s Duty of Care – The First Element in a Malpractice Case

The Healthcare Provider’s Duty of Care – The First Element in a Malpractice Case

In a medical malpractice case, medical records form the foundation on which the case is developed. This makes medical records review a crucial element in such cases. Medical record review companies providing medical review services must help the attorney decide whether or not a particular healthcare provider failed to provide the appropriate level of care to … Continue reading The Healthcare Provider’s Duty of Care – The First Element in a Malpractice Case

Medical Case Chronology Can Help Prove Medical Malpractice

Medical Case Chronology Can Help Prove Medical Malpractice

A medical timeline or medical case chronology is very important in a medical malpractice case. Medical malpractice trial attorneys usually rely on medical review services to examine the voluminous medical records involved in the case and create a chronology. In this way, the medical records and the content therein can be easily decoded into valuable, … Continue reading Medical Case Chronology Can Help Prove Medical Malpractice

Disability Claims Processing for Veterans – Some Facts

Disability Claims Processing for Veterans – Some Facts

Honorably discharged veterans are eligible for disability benefits, i.e. compensation and medical care for any disabling medical condition/injury incurred or aggravated while they were in service. A disability claim must be supported by relevant medical records. The VA (Veterans Affairs) will ask the applicant to undergo a Compensation and Pension (C&P) medical examination to obtain … Continue reading Disability Claims Processing for Veterans – Some Facts

Why Workers’ Compensation Claims Are Denied

Why Workers’ Compensation Claims Are Denied

Workers’ Compensation claims are often denied on various grounds. Medical records play a very important role in helping to determine the nature and extent of the employee’s injury. It is on the basis of a comprehensive medical records review that the worker’s eligibility for benefits is finalized. In case a claim is denied, the employee … Continue reading Why Workers’ Compensation Claims Are Denied

Ensuring Quick Access to Medical Records in Personal Injury Litigation

Ensuring Quick Access to Medical Records in Personal Injury Litigation

In any personal injury case, the claimant’s injury is best documented in the medical records, which makes medical records review a very important step in such litigation. A patient or other qualified person can submit a written request for the medical records and should be able to obtain the same within a reasonable time of the … Continue reading Ensuring Quick Access to Medical Records in Personal Injury Litigation

20 Years of HIPAA – Why More Flexibility in Information Sharing May Be Necessary

20 Years of HIPAA – Why More Flexibility in Information Sharing May Be Necessary

Medical records are at the center of many important processes such as medical peer review, medical claims review, and medical records retrieval. Medical and legal entities and their support services that handle these records are bound by HIPAA and need to take extra precautions to safeguard the healthcare information that pass through their hands. When … Continue reading 20 Years of HIPAA – Why More Flexibility in Information Sharing May Be Necessary