Medical Record Chronology and its Components

What is a Medical Record Chronology?

Medical Record Chronology is a report that provides a concise, factual, and informative summary of the client’s medical treatment. As attorneys, you juggle multiple cases involving client that have treated with numerous healthcare providers. Sifting through a large volume of medical records can be time-consuming.

Acrodocz’s team is experienced in reviewing and analyzing medical records and creating custom chronologies. Attorneys can use a Medical Record Chronology to understand the scope of the injuries sustained by the client and the extent of the medical treatment. In addition, a Medical Record Chronology can be provided to the insurance carrier as a tool to aid in the settlement of a claim pre-suit. If a settlement cannot be achieved pre-suit, the Medical Record Chronology can be used during the litigation to prepare for a deposition, mediation, arbitration, or trial.

Components of a Medical Record Chronology

  • All medical records, including hospital, physician, PT and chiropractor records are summarized, along with diagnostic testing results.
  • The treating medical provider’s comments regarding the causation of the injuries, prognosis, and permanency are included in a medical summary.
  • A concise narrative of every visit is included.
  • Highlights of any major events are set forth.
  • We can also list the medical bills and expenses as part of the medical summary or a separate billing summary.
  • It is customized to suit your needs.

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