Medical Record Review Service: Blog

Mass tort cases involve a group of plaintiffs who are affected by the same harm caused by the actions of the defendant, directly or indirectly. One or more defendants may be involved in these cases that are typically […]

Julie Clements May 18, 2022 0

In any personal injury case, the large majority of a claimant’s damages constitute medical treatment. This makes medical record review very important for insurance defense counsel to get an accurate picture of the […]

Legal restrictions and regulations related to employment are important for both employers and employees. It is estimated that challenges around these regulations and restrictions could be impacted by many factors […]

Medical record review for personal injury cases also involve reviewing the relevant medical codes related to the injury. What are personal injury medical codes found in the medical bills? How are they significant […]

Julie Clements May 9, 2022 0

The SSA (Social Security Administration) conducts routine reviews to evaluate the medical condition of people who receive disability benefits. This routine review is called CDR or Continuing Disability Review, and how […]

HEDIS (Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set) is a standardized set of performance measures developed by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) to evaluate the performance of […]

Medical record review refers to the comprehensive review of the entire set of medical documents related to a person, which may have to be obtained from diverse healthcare settings. Medical records include all […]

Julie Clements April 27, 2022 0

Workers incur different types of injuries in the course of their employment and these may typically involve long-term pain and the need for pain management. Long-term pain is caused by nerve damage (neuropathic) […]

Rajeev Rajagopal April 25, 2022 0

Deposition summaries comprise transcribed conversations of the personal injury lawsuit witnesses in a condensed, crisp, and concise format. The depositions are recorded with a court reporter during the discovery stage […]

A life care plan projects the future medical care a patient may need – diagnostic testing, therapy, medical examinations, surgery, rehabilitation, home modifications, durable medical equipment, home care/personal care […]

 

     

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