Medical Case History and Summary

By: MOS Medical Record Review  03/10/2015
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Summarizing the medical information contained in a patient’s records is an important process in the medical record review cycle. It is invaluable when it comes to resolving personal injury and mass tort cases. The summary will contain a concise description of the accident/injury and of the emergency care provided at the scene of the event and at the ER. It will also provide details of hospital stay, the treatment provided and the results of diagnostic testing. Other information provided includes the treating physician’s remarks on the causation of the injuries, prognosis and permanency. Managed Outsource Solutions (MOS) provides systematic and timely HIPAA-compliant medical case history and summary services for clients in the medico-legal industry.

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