Medical records contain significant information regarding relevant clinical findings, decisions made and actions agreed upon, and about those making and agreeing to these decisions. For medical litigation, these records serve as key evidence. Medical chart review is also crucial to extract the medical evidence from the records. Attorneys and law firms handling medical records need to ensure the privacy and confidentiality of these records when using them to develop their case. Once all the medical records are collected, they have to be reviewed. Most attorneys prefer utilizing professional medical review services for a comprehensive review process.
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