The pain medication chart is customized based on the type of case, such as personal injury, medical malpractice or mass tort, and your criteria.
AcroDocz offers two types of medication charts:
(1) A Medication Chart that provides an overview of all medications taken by a patient; and
(2) A Pain Medication Chart focusing on a patient’s pain.
As pain is one of the primary symptoms reported by patients for all types of injuries, the Pain Medication Chart is a report which includes the nature of the treatment, pain, and suffering endured, which enables the attorney to analyze and present the claims of the plaintiff.
The Pain Medication Chart helps demonstrate to the insurance adjuster or the defendant the extent of the injuries and the pain and suffering endured by the client. This report can also help an attorney determine whether the patient has suffered an injury due to pain medication overdose or whether the medication exacerbated any injury. The Pain Medication Chart describes the following:
The condition that the pain medication was used to treat.
What type of pain medication was prescribed, and by whom?
What was the dosage of pain medication?
Did the pain medication have any adverse effect on the patient?
Pain Medication Chart– A timeline graph that exhibits pain medications given to a patient.
Pain Med + Pain Scale Chart – A report with an illustrated graph that records a pain medicine intake information, such as the diagnosis, medication taken, side effects of the medication, prescribed dosage, and its corresponding impact on the pain scale.
Simple Excel Spreadsheet– A report-based analysis that summarizes the pain medication intake information, such as the diagnosis, medication taken, dose, and pain level, etc.
AcroDocz provides a list of all the medication that are taken by the client, along with a summary of the side-effects of the medications.