Need a competitive edge? Medical chronologies are the perfect preparation tool for depositions, case analysis and trial.
A concise and accurate chronology enables you to understand all relevant information without reviewing each individual document. All of DepoDock’s chronologies are prepared for you by an experienced Registered Nurse who has also completed Legal Nurse Consultant training.
Our chronologies are streamlined to highlight administration of medications and patterns of medical care thereby allowing you to quickly pinpoint critical treatment points and create successful strategies to win claim related cases.
The advantages of having a detailed chronology include reducing your record review time significantly and lowering the cost of expert billing. As a result, you gain the advantage of being able to work in a more efficient and effective manner.
Our medical chronology services are customized to your individual needs and are HIPAA compliant.
• Medical chronology cost is only $1.75 per page of medical record.
• Records may be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the event that the records are too voluminous for email, please contact us and we will set up a secure dropbox link.
• Payment for all completed work is due upon receipt of invoice to qualify for above rates.
• Turnaround time for your medical chronology depends on the number of medical records to be summarized and whether or not they are mostly typewritten or handwritten. A general estimate would be five business days for between 500 and 750 pages of records in most cases.
• Rush jobs are available by special arrangement and are billed at $2.75 per page of medical record.
• Standard medical chronology format is four-column style: pdf/file/page, date, provider and findings. Alternative formats can be provided upon request, at normal rates if possible.
• Your medical chronology will be securely returned via electronic attachment in Word format.
• Email us if you have any questions at email@example.com today to get YOUR competitive edge.
Redacted Sample of Format:
|Dr. W/p63||9/1/2010||Magnetic Resonance Center||MRI of the brain Impression: generalized volume loss with extensive foci of small vessel infarctions in the periventricular white matter and centrum semiovale; no acute infarcts are seen on the diffusion sequence; no mass or hemorrhage|
|Dr. W/p61||12/9/2010||SC, MD, handwritten notes||Patient with dementia, on Aricept, doing betterAssessment: mild dementia|
|Dr. W/p60||12/28/2011||SC, MD||Called for emergent appointment by Dr. [illegible]-patient had a stroke 7/16/2011 and recently fell; CT scan negative for acute findings, positive for large old [illegible] at frontal/parietal areaAddendum: patient with intracranial hemorrhage|
|Dr. W/p58-59||1/5/2012||SC, MD||Patient was previously seen for dementia and treated with Aricept daily; last visit was one year ago; since then, patient had left hemorrhagic stroke in the parietal area secondary to high blood pressure on 7/15/2011; also had recent fall 5 weeks ago, CT scan was done in the ER and showed no recurrent bleedingPast medical history: diabetes; high blood pressure; dementia; high cholesterol; tobacco use 2 packs per day and moderate drinking; bilateral total hip replacementsCurrent medications: Keppra (for seizure prevention, although he actually had no seizures), Metoprolol, Nexium, Aricept, Crestor, and LexaproExam: BP 140/60; patient with evidence of expressive and receptive aphasia, cognitive impairment, and right spastic hemiparesthesias; deep tendon reflexes increased in the right upper and lower extremities with evidence of upper motor neuron findings on the right; right toe was upgoing; patient ambulating with walkerImpression: history of dementia and left parietal hemorrhage secondary to poorly controlled high blood pressurePlan: resume Aspirin; discontinue Lexapro and Keppra; neurologically stable to fly and stay in Florida for several months|