This blog is authored by Independent Discovery, a legal services provider that specializes in the analysis and summation of medical records for law firms and insurance companies. They use this blog to share insight and information on medical summation and legal strategies.
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Since writing my last blog post on HIPPA compliance, I keep getting asked the same 2 questions from attorneys. 1. How should I go about scanning, encrypting, and destroying my client’s confidential health information? 2. I see the value in using an outside company...
A month ago, my business partner and I attended the LA County Bar Association meeting about the changes to HIPAA’s privacy and security requirements. HIPAA stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. This...
Before joining Independent Discovery, I spent several years working for Westlaw in a business development role. Whenever I'm speaking with attorneys and it comes up that I used to work for Westlaw, I would hear the same complaint over and over again. “How come when I go ‘outside my...
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Wondering who should review the medical records? Well, there are two main factors that determine the answer to this question. 1. Is the attorney well versed in the subject matter? 2. How many records are there to review? If the attorney...