A medical chronology, or a medical summary or timeline, is a thorough text-based summary of a patient's medical events in the order of occurrence. It is created by reading hundreds of medical records to identify, locate, and summarize the key events in an easy-to-understand format.
An excellent medical chronology gives you a complete overview of your client's medical history and allows you to navigate easily through the records to locate the pertinent information you need.
Our medical record chronologies are neutral, fact-based, and analytical, so you don't have to worry about misinterpreting it.
We're compatible with both narrative and verbatim format.
We can deliver the final work product in Microsoft Word, Excel spreadsheets, and PDF.
You can decide on the medical chronology template and how detailed you want your chronology to be. Cut down on areas that aren't critical and concentrate on areas that need an in-depth review.
Custom reports with essential details can also be prepared.
Example: Comparing and contrasting the injuries before and after an accident in a personal injury case. A report with details of Vital signs, Fetal monitoring strips, vaginal exam, etc., in a labor and delivery case.
First, we index and thoroughly review the records to determine the nature and extent of patient injuries/damages. Then we concisely summarize the medical records rather than just cut and paste them verbatim.
We highlight important information like damages, pain and suffering, causation, surgeries (if any), and diminished quality of life. We'll also indicate whether any lab values are high or low.
We indicate contradictory information like missing records, patient's name error, doctor's name confusion in the chronology as Reviewer's Remarks.
We do not add duplicate and irrelevant records to the chronology.
We identify missing medical records critical to the case and notify you to follow up with the provider.
You can let us know if you want to get the missing records and resubmit the order or move forward, preparing chronology with the available records.
We can revise the chronology once you get us the additional medical records. The additions are highlighted in a different color so that your staff can quickly identify the newly added information.
It’s a listing of case players and essential details about them.