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
Provider of Care Report
Our provider of care report is a simple, yet powerful time-saving tool. It’s an alphabetically ordered list of all staff who documented in the medical record highlighting clinical interactions with the patient whose care is in question. Each line of the report contains the employee’s name, the date the care was administered, the record type, and a hyperlinked Bates reference to the page in the record where the entry was made.
This report can also be made available in a preliminary format, early in the review process.This initial report is perfect for identifying potential witnesses, prepping for interviews and depositions, or working on other case preparation prior to medical analysis.
Provider of care reports are customizable. We can adapt the report to your needs, focusing on specific time periods, individual caregivers, or a particular facility.
Eliminates the need to review a record multiple times to identify caregiver entries. Files can be created for interviews and depositions at the click of a mouse.
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