You are interested in strengthening your skills in analyzing medical records
Is this you? You love to dive into a case and find the details that make a big difference. You want to be sure you are not missing anything significant to the case. Medical Records Analysis Value Pack helps you to boost your skills.
By studying these resources you will
- Discover shortcuts for organizing and analyzing medical records
- Avoid common traps associated with analyzing medical records
- Confidently sort through either paper or electronic medical records
- Spot altered documents
What are the 4 parts of the Medical Records Analysis Value Pack?
How to Analyze Medical Records
This book, “How to Analyze Medical Records: A Primer for Legal Nurse Consultants” the 3rd in the series Creating a Successful LNC Practice.
- Do you want to streamline the way you organize medical records?
- Do you want to be able to confidently screen medical malpractice cases for merit?
- Do you crave tips to strengthen your work product?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to read How to Analyze Medical Records: A Primer for Legal Nurse Consultants
Here’s what you get in How to Analyze Medical Records: A Primer for Legal Nurse Consultants
Chapter 1: Organizing Medical Records
Chapter 2: Screening Medical Malpractice Cases
Chapter 3: Tampering with Medical Records
Chapter 4: Deciphering Electronic Medical Records
Chapter 5: Polishing Your Work Product
Chapter 6: Using Writing Principles to Succeed
This book was written by Pat Iyer in 2016. $29.95 value plus shipping for the book
Medical Record Traps and How to Overcome Them
You are responsible for ordering or organizing medical records. Assuming the healthcare provider will send you what you request, you receive a CD or stack of records. As you go through them, you realize the records look incomplete, are difficult to decipher, consist of records in a format you’ve never seen before, or were generated by an electronic medical record system. What do you do? How do you decipher your way through the maze?
In this 60 minute online training, you will learn how to:
- Identify missing medical records
- Adjust to inconsistent charting systems
- Recognize your rights to receive legible medical records
- Work with the advantages and disadvantages of electronic medical records
Pat Iyer presented this program. She is the author, editor or coauthor of over 800 books, chapters, case studies, online courses or articles, most of which present medical legal issues. Along with Barbara Levin, Kathleen Ashton and Victoria Powell, Pat coedited Nursing Malpractice, Fourth Edition, Lawyers and Judges Publishing Company. She also coedited Medical Legal Aspects of Medical Records, also published by Lawyers and Judges Publishing Company. She is a past president of the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants.
Medical Records Arrived: Managing Paper and Electronic Records
- Are you looking for practical tips for organizing medical records that were generated by a computer?
- Do you want to learn options for analyzing electronic medical records?
- Do you know how to efficiently review electronic medical records?
The use of electronic records for case review will increase as more facilities move toward utilizing EMR software. Becoming more familiar with these types of records will allow you to improve record review in an expeditious manner. This webinar will provide you with the knowledge needed to be able to decipher electronic medical records. You’ll be taken behind the scenes so you will be able to decode these records and better assist your attorney clients.
In this one hour online training you will learn how to:
1. Evaluate medical records provided for a case to organize and improve efficiency
2. Get top techniques to facilitate record review and report writing
3. Incorporate tips for medical record organization and review into your LNC practice
Dr. Mila G. Carlson presented this program. She is the Founder and President of Mila Carlson & Associates, P.C., Legal Nurse Consulting/Life Care Planning, based in Rockford, IL.
Fraudulent Medical Records
You are a legal nurse consultant who is analyzing a chart. All of a sudden, you see a chart entry that does not make sense – or the absence of an entry that should have been there. You look away, bewildered. You begin to form a thought – “Someone tampered with these records.” Your medical knowledge may make you the only person on the legal team to recognize the tampering has occurred.
Today’s highly charged atmosphere with its focus on financial survival of healthcare organizations and medical malpractice increases the temptation to alter records when something goes wrong.
There are many reasons why a person would tamper with records, including an intention to commit fraud, such as billing for services not performed, or fear or guilt when an untoward outcome occurs.
How often do you find yourself saying, “I wish I knew how to identify fraudulent records?” Tampering with medical records skyrockets the implications of a case. You’ll learn why this act so profoundly affects a medical malpractice case. This one hour online training contains what every legal nurse consultant should know about altered medical records. You will get the truth about how you can help an attorney with suspicions of altered medical records.
Pat Iyer MSN RN LNCC is president of The Pat Iyer Group, LLC. She is the coauthor of two chapters on tampering with medical records. She has reviewed thousands of medical records over the previously 25 years she served as an expert witness and legal nurse consultant. She will provide you with proven tips, tools and tactics on how to identify tampered with medical records – from an expert in the field.
Your investment in Medical Records Analysis Value Pack
The individual components of this Growing Your LNC Business Value Pack total $171 plus shipping for the book.
Your Value Pack Price $61.00 plus shipping
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