Cost-effective and time-saving medical record retrieval and organization.
Customizable tools created from the most relevant, critical facts found in your medical record.
Services to help you assess risk and ensure the integrity of your clinical documentation.
An easy, secure, and convenient way to access and navigate your records and reports online.
Medical Record Analysis
Care Calendar/Touch Chart
Our Care Calendar provides a powerful visualization of all medical and nursing interactions documented across thousands of pages of records. Each instance of patient contact is categorized and quantified on a simple, interactive calendar. Users can click on any day to instantly see a complete, detailed breakdown of the care the patient received, including hyperlinks to the page of the medical record where the care is documented.
A valuable tool for sharing evidence at family conferences, mediations, or trial exhibits, the care calendar is customized to meet your needs and will display the time frame(s) and categories most crucial to your case. The care calendar can be created as a stand-alone report or concurrently with the preparation of other work products
Created early in your case preparation to help with risk assessment, strategy identification, preliminary family meetings, mediations, and more. With Zaxas, our proprietary software, we can create the calendar quickly, eliminating the expense of creating a similar product manually.
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Working with you is such a pleasure! We know when we turn our records over to you that we’re going to receive the most efficient and complete reports possible. The support we get from you is invaluable.
- A partner attorney from WI
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