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The review of medical records can be extremely complex, whether it is for a single patient or thousands of plaintiffs in multi-district litigation. Sometimes, a single case can involve the review of thousands of pages of medical records in order to complete a cogent summary.
Trying to pin down what happened, what might have caused an injury or illness, and the potential long-term effects require clinical experience, skill, expertise, and attention to detail.
Our ultimate goal, with all of our medical record reviews, is to glean the pertinent facts from the medical record and present them in an easily understandable format. Reviewing medical records is like putting together all of the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle until it forms a clear picture, and we’re experts at doing that!
Medical Record Review Process
Our medical record review process can include:
- record retrieval
- record organization (OCR, bookmarking, manage duplicates, etc.)
- chronology of medical records
- narrative summary of medical records
- identification of missing medical records
- analysis of medical records
Summaries and Recommendations
After thoroughly reviewing medical records, our legal nurse consultants prepare concise summaries that are easy to understand, along with a chronology of events. We can also include recommendations of medical experts, additional records, and further research.
Who We Work With
As experienced legal nurse consultants, we work on a variety of individual case types, including medical malpractice and personal injury, as well as large groups of cases with multiple plaintiffs (MDL and mass tort).
We provide legal nurse consulting services for clients in a variety of industries, including:
- law firms (defense attorneys and plaintiff attorneys)
- medical device manufacturers
- pharmaceutical companies
- Third-Party Administrators (TPAs)
- insurance companies
- hospitals and healthcare systems
- physician groups
- skilled nursing facilities
- assisted living facilities